I own an ALTEC LANSING ATP3 2.1 speaker system.
it works gr8 but recently its woofer has started behaving abruptly as it gives wierd sounding thumps(Bass) that earlier used to be like they shud be.i cannot listen to hiphop music! plz. help me out on fixing this problem!
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You can adjust the bass (and treble) of all sounds coming from the program you are using.
For example: WinAmp; Click View -> Equalizer and adjustments can be made from there.
I believe the lower frequencies (your bass) starts on the left and continues to get more treble and less bass the higher the frequency gets (farther to the right).
But most programs should have some form of an equalizer. Which can be accessed slightly differently in all of them.
Without more specific knowledge on this one it is hard to give more detailed instructions on this. If need please let me know and I will follow up with a how-to for your operating system and/or specific program you are using.
Sub woofers have small amplifiers , not transformers. The amplifier is removable and replaceable. The The overall size and the output wattage are the spec's you need . The output wattage is on the label which is attached somewhere on the speaker. You do NOT need to replace the amp with the Altec Lansing brand. Have you contacted Altec Lansing to purchase a replacement Amp? That's where I would start. If they cannot help you I would Google replacement amp sub-woofer, Altec Lansing model MX5021.
yes, you can splice the cables and put on a new connector, goto radio shack with the old connector and im sure they will have one you can splice right onto it. ive done this many times with varios equipment "headphones speakers etc" it may take a couple of tries to get the wiring right but if its just one speaker there will most likely be just 2 wires, if you wire it up and it doesnt quite sound right, wire it the other way. speakers will work wired backwards but wont sound quit right so if it doesnt, rewire it and it should. good luck and i hope this helps!
Well if you are talking about the iM600 sounddock from Altec Lansing, the short answer is no. If you want better bass from an IPOD docking system you'll need to buy an expensive component from say Scandyna Dock or you could build one yourself. You would need an integrated amp or a complete system like the NAD C71. This would allow you to plug in a self-powered sub.
there are fast checkings for you:
Quick Connect Card
is the system working fine exept the sub?
my guess: the headphone jack works fine then the speakears are too
if soo then the sub amp is bad
or some connection is torn
try opening the sub and see if everything is hooked right
and if soo then the amp is the problem
every electronics shop can fix this