Question about Audio Players & Recorders
SOURCE: Auto Sub woofer
There are several causes of distortion in an audio setup.
1) Speaker is unable to handle the frequency that it's being fed
2) The volume is too high for the speaker to handle
3) The amp can't provide enough power to drive the speaker adequately.
Either way distortion is BAD & best to be avoided unless you want an excuse to buy a new set of speakers :P
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
That rumble could be several things, start by switching your patch cables to see if there is a fault in the sine. If not it could be the amplifier trying to pull a constant source of current through it to operate and is being corrupted by a fault in the circuitry, or a feed back look of some sort. Either way, if you can't find a problem with your input signal, your sub will need repair or replacement. I hope this helps...
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
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