Question about M-Audio BX5a Speaker
Have you taken the unit apart and checked the filter caps? they are 2 big black 25v 6800 uf capacitors and they commonly go bad on these studio monitors. look and see if the tops of the caps are bulging up, if so, replacing them would fix your problem (considering your not just cranking it too loud either! )
replace with anything bigger than 25v ! common replacements are 6800 uf 35v and 6800 uf 50v . obviously have a professional preform this repair if your not comfortable with a soldering iron.
Posted on Dec 08, 2012
Get some higher rated speakers as this will happen time after time, or you could turn the bass down lol
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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