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The speaker is designed for computer and not designed for playing at loud volume. Sound like you have blown a fuse, check the fuse on the back of the subwoofer and replace it with the same rating fuse. The speaker are only rated at 2 to 20 watts max, with the sub at full volume it did not have the power required to produce the sound thus blowing a fuse or burned out. The bass is the most power hungry of all the frequency, if you are using 5 watts and the note spikes to double your amp has to have 50 watts of power to produce the sound. Hopefully it was only the fuse, good luck.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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