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M-Audio BX8 blows a fuse

Hi I've had a pair of BX8s for three years. One of them now blows its internal fuse when it's powered up. For a week or two before that, it was crackling slightly as though the sound was clipping. The other one is still working perfectly.

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  • Anonymous Nov 04, 2007

    Monitor crackles and finnaly fizzes from high to low pitch and then you hear nothing.

  • scottme May 13, 2008

    Same here.

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If your monitor is crackling and fizzing, that is not a fuse issue, unless the fuse you have installed is underrated. It sounds like you have a bad driver/woofer, and need to get it replaced. CLICK HERE FOR THE REPLACEMENT DRIVER for this model.

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