Question about Yamaha YST-RSW300 Subwoofer
It sounds like you subwoofer may have a blown speaker.
If it is new, take it back and replace it.
If it's not under a warranty, take the case off and examine the speaker. If you see a tear in the fabric part of the speaker cone, or along the edge... it is a "blown" speaker.
These can be fixed, but you will more than likely have to take it somewhere to get it done. If there is a company near you that does professional car installations, they will more than likely be able to fix it... or should at least know someone who can.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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