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Hi, I had no problem with my speekers since recently. The skeepers (it seem to be the left one) is making a terrible ugly noise (seems to be associated with the bass line). An more, the left speeker is playing intermittantly. To avoid this problem, I have to cut almost all the bass and reduice the volume. My amp is a Pioneer 4x50w. So is the the amp the problem or my speeker is blow up?

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  • rickbougie Sep 13, 2010

    Ok, but how do I locate the amplifier fuse? and how do I change it?

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    1. Ok, but how do I locate the amplifier fuse? and how do I change it?







  • rickbougie Sep 13, 2010

    A little bis discourage... Was not able to take out the radio from the car. I have to buy kind of hooks to took of the radio without braking everything.

    When the radio would be out, I'll try to locate the fuse and fix the problem.

    At that point, I may reply you.

  • rickbougie Sep 24, 2010

    Hi, I took of the amp, change the fuse and get everything in place. Appears to be fixed, but the noise came over. The noise is synchronized with the bass. So, instead of a clean based it sound like ****. It appears on the left side only (the front and rear speaker).

  • rickbougie Sep 27, 2010

    Ok, I think it could be bad connection too. Yesterday, only 1 speeker or 2 were playing, instead of four! It's no the speekers... I think it could be the connextion to the amp. I'll do some test and keep you posted.
    Thanks!

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Speakers seldom have problems especially pioneer speakers. When ugly noises emanate from your speakers they are usually caused by 2 things. The first being bad connections. Check the wiring which run to the speakers for inconsistencies or breakages this could create partial contact and cause such noises.
On the other hand if the speakers have torn then they will need replacement but this is very unlikely.
Hope this solution has been helpful?

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    Rockme Sep 27, 2010

    Hope the testing is in order. If some of the speakers stop working for a bit then it is the wires definitely.

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Hi,

This problem is not associated with the speaker.The amplifier fuse is blown out.When it is blown out you get this type drdrdrdrdr type of noise along with the sound.You have to solder the fuse if its loose or blown up.

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    Natarajan Ramasamy Sep 13, 2010

    Open the Pioneer amplifier in that you could see the fuse has shown in below diagram it will be based on the model





    There will be many capacitors and transistors to.Use multimeter to check the volts and do continuity testing on the board to find out the exact cause.Some times burned transistors and capacitors could also be reason.Do continuity testing to find out.

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  • Natarajan Ramasamy
    Natarajan Ramasamy Sep 13, 2010

    You have to solder at from the backside to remove it.Solder again it place when you place new one.

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    Natarajan Ramasamy Sep 14, 2010

    hmmm yes you can i will be always available

  • rickbougie Sep 19, 2010

    Hi, I took of the amp, change the fuse and get everything in place. Appears to be fixed, but the noise came over. The noise is synchronized with the bass. So, instead of a clean based it sound like ****. It appears on the left side only (the front and rear speaker).

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