Question about Celestion C6-S Speaker
My Celestion C6 subwoofer stops working after about 15 minutes. It seems to work fine until it gives out. When it stops working the power indicator light turns from green to red. The woofer is from the late 90's and it is hooked up to a Denon AVC-3000 amp from the early 90's through a monster y RCA style subwoofer cable. The cable runs from the single preamp mono jack on the amp to the L and R input terminals on the woofer. It looks lie the fuse is still intact.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a celestion s80
Dont remember which cap it is , but its 47 uf 35v, on one corner of the board. You can use a slightly bigger value and slightly higher voltage if thats all you can find. Check the two caps next to the voltage regulators, these go as well problem sorted!!!!
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
Attach the audio out or headphone out of your laptop via a suitable adapter to the RCA Line In and whatever other amplified speakers you might have to the Line Out according to their needs.
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
Tell your source (receiver???) that it has a sub and set it up to feed LFE out of that RCA jack.
Prove your sub pre-out works. Or send something like FM on Tape Out to the sub and see how that works out.
How did you hook a speaker wire to this model of powered sub? What was on the other end of that speaker wire? It's not designed for speaker level input.
Posted on Jan 28, 2011
This speaker has a low frequency roll-off filter. Does your program source have low enough frequencies to pass through the filter? The effect of the subwoofer on most music is very subtle unless there is heavy bass in the source. You should try some songs that have a heavy under beat.
How are you driving the CSW -- by way of the line input or as a series connection to your full range speakers?
Posted on May 06, 2011
SOURCE: no sound from Celestion F20
Since these can be bi-amped or bi-wired (and you don't indicate if that is the case) you need to make sure the jumpers are secure (see the last picture http://archiwumallegro.pl/celestion_f20-1062028198.html) or (if the jumpers are removed) that you have viable amplifier signals coming to each speaker within the cabinet.
Posted on May 30, 2011
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