Question about M-Audio BX5a Speaker
Capacitor problem. Open up the case and unplug the cords from the board; if you see any traces of "brown sludge" coming from the caps then this is likely the problem.
I just had this problem myself -- went to the electronic components store and bought 4 new capacitors, a soldering iron, solder ****** and some solder for $25 CAD total, replaced the 4 of them myself in an hour having no previous experience doing such things before, and now the speakers sound better than I think they ever did.
Posted on Nov 28, 2011
Swap speakers from the output of the receiver or amplifier. If you hear it from the same speaker, then the speaker is bad.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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