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Leave them in, do some reading on Bi-Wiring (BUY Wiring), chuckle to yourself and enjoy the sound. Connect one positive to a positive and one negative to a negative. With the jumpers in place there is no electrical difference.
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Is it old ? Is it making a rattling noise inside ?
Completely lost its sound as in completely stopped sounding like a woofer and has higher frequencys coming out of it or as in no sound at all coming out of it ?
I would say it's probably the crossover, perhaps a burnt resistor.
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Come eliminare rumore di fondo da un subwoofer WHARFEDALE amplifier mod: PC8A
Ciao Antonio, per prima cosa scollega il segnale audio che entra nel subwoofer, verifica che abbia il volume a zero, se il rumore continua, ha problemi di rumore dall'alimentatore,
Se il rumore scompare, sostituire il cavo audio che fornisce il segnale al subwoofer
Hola Antonio, primero desconecte la se?al de audio que ingresa al Subwoofer, verifique que tenga el volumen en cero, si el ruido continua, tiene problemas de ruido por la fuente de alimentaci?n,
Si el ruido desaparece, reemplace el cable de audio que le entrega se?al al subwoofer
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Speakers not working
Is the speaker getting power from the amp? Try another wire and or speaker to pinpoint the problem. If another speaker works then there is something wrong with your receiver.
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Please tell me all the connections on movie star 60+
Each of the five satellite speakers connect directly to an AV Receiver that you buy a separate device.
Here's the back of the sub. The sub either connects to the LFE Sub Out from the receiver to the white RCA/Phono Left Input. Or you can use speaker connection cables, AV Receiver front L & R to Speaker Level Inputs, and then Speaker Level Outputs to the front satellite speakers.
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Technics repairs melbourne
On the face of it, this suggestion probably seems rubbish, however, drop Wilmslow Audio a line. Although they're in the UK (I'm assuming you're in Australia, unless it's the Melbourne in South Derbyshire!), they carry a massive stock of spares and parts for a wide range of manufacturers. See what they say. They'll give you a price as well if they have it. Might not be cheap, but at least they'll know if they're still made.
The other option is to scour Ebay and/or Gumtree (if you have the latter in Oz). Craigslist is another, but I think new old stock would be the way to go if you can get them, else you're potentially at risk of being back where you started with an older set after a short while.
Hope that helps.
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