I just recently purchased these speakers and the sound is unusally deep sounding, like if you were to hear something that usually has a high note it'll sound very very deep.
Help will be appreciated thanks.
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Sounds crazy but check for power at the outlet. If that's good then possibly a bad cord,Power switch or interlock safety switch if it has one. Do you hear a humming sound when you try to use it? If so the motor is frozen up. Hope this helps.
from what im seeing in the picture, you have a house surround sound sub wolfer an there supposed to soumd deep an the crossover controls this there not ment for continues music an house an car speakers are different ohloms the lower the ohloms the deeper the bass
The loudspeaker is what the ringer uses as does the music, the inner speaker is used for hearing calls. Sounds like your inner speaker is faulty, check with where you bought it and it may be free to repair if its still under warranty (usually 12 months from date of purchase)
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Double check your wiring again, sounds like something is either not hooked up right or maybe you got faulty speakers. There shouldn't be any hissing or humming in any speakers. Get a flash light and make sure you have it in the right spot on your computer most sound cards have about 5 different jacks you could have simply put it in the wrong jack.
It sounds to me like your cartridge nozzles are clogged. That's more common with recycled or refilled cartridges, but it can also happen with new cartridges if they are older. If you just purchased the cartridge you could try to return it. Otherwise, I would try to continue deep cleaning and nozzle checks until it starts to print. It takes a lot of ink, but sometimes that's the only way to get it to print. Usually it will work eventually. Do a nozzle check in between each cleaning and deep cleaning.
hard to tell with out hearing it. but if it sounds deep inside possible,rod bearings or crank bearings. if it sounds to be coming from the top of head it may need valve adjustments. if u put it under a load ,and it gets loader,bearing should be looked ,at if it stays the same ,look at the valve adjustments.
Information I find online says it an Active Subwoofer, so that introduces its own amp as a possible source of the symptom. If there is another version of this model that's passive, all the more reason to believe the amp is the problem because passive speakers don't spontaneously emit sounds.
If there was a physical reason for the crackling I would think more power would make it worse or blow it up.
A poor sub signal cable connection might explain low current anomalies if random noises are entering the signal path.
Make sure the signal, speaker and power cables are not aligned parallel and close to each other.