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Low noise is heard when sub is on..very low brum.

Very low brum is heard from sub but once the receiver is on this noice disapear.The sound is ok.What's that????

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    Star Adriatic Jun 05, 2008

    Thanks,but this sound is heard even when the conection cable is not conected

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Salutations valikan,

It sounds like you may have some basic interference either in your power, or other sources. I have something similar when my sub is not in use I pick up talk radio, it drove me in sane for months untill I figured it out.

There are a few things you can do to help eliminate interference would be to purchase a surge protector with a power "filter" or conditioner. Also check the cabling to your sub-woofer if there are any breaks or weak spots in the insulation this could be causing interference as well.

And as always if possible read through your owners manual to see if there are any adjustments that can be made on your sub-woofer it self.

Hope this helps.
Jon
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Posted on Jun 04, 2008

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