Question about Audio Players & Recorders
My computer sub woofer wasn't seemed to be that loud... I turned the subwoofer on it's side into carpet and it stopped working. Did I blow possbily blow the sub woofer, how would I know and is there anything I can do to refresh it? It wasn't turned up that loud when i did it but know no sound it coming out. I have a Cambridge Soundworks PCworks Four point surround
You know what happened to mine?
I tried to shove it behind a five-drawer file cabinet and managed to crack the circuit board inside because the power cable torqued the socket inside.
I was able to shove a tiny piece of 14-gauge wire inside and bridge the disconnect between the solder joint of the center lead and one of the metal terminals of the switch; now my speakers are working again!
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
May be when you turned it, some of the wire connection inside must have got broken or the magnets must have got displaced or somewhere connection would have got loosen check all of this.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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