The subwoofer suddenly stopped working. Other speakers fine. Seems might be a bad connection - how do I remove the side of the subwoofer on which the speaker's mounted? I remove the four hex bolts but it's still on tight and I don't want to force it.
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You would have to make a cable that goes from the 8 pin mini din of the jvc unit to each individual speaker. A wiring diagram can be found online each pin on your 8 pin goes to a speaker , and one is for power. Find a wiring diagram and find a cheap electric store that can make the cable for you. I had the same problem...
The power amp that drives the subwoofer has quit. This will require repair. It is likely that the replacement you got from Ebay was defective as well. Not un-expected as I get stuff to repair from there all the time.
Your original unit failed in a manner to shut down the power supply. The replacement has a good power supply but a only fried sub amp.
Hiya, sorry that will have to go in for repair as it sounds like it may be protecting. Could be something loose but that would be lucky. Suggest finding a electronics shop in area that can assist. Best of luck
If the JVC m606 requires a stipped wire to connect them then they should be fine just make sure you connect the right speaker to the proper output if your speakers have a specified connector on the end then you would have to cut that off and strip the wire. if your m606 requires a specified connector for the speakers then you would have to change the connectors out for the proper ones.
I'm having the same problem. It seems that the mosfet's shorted blew up a capacitor and took some surface mount parts with it. It will be the middle board with the metal shroud (shield). The mosfets are almost impossible to find, I have replaced them (as well as other parts) but still have yet to find the problem. I'm now trying to find the subwoofer amp board (part#LVA10505).