Question about Wharfedale PowerCube PC-10 Subwoofer
Did they charge you much for that 'fix'?
Though it may have become damaged in the original problem, the driver won't make loud sounds by itself in the absence of a signal. The internal amp is probably malfunctioning and it is very capable of destroying its own driver. Don't let it continue when it starts acting up.
Did it work correctly for more than 5 minutes after the driver replacement? Take it back and make them do it right this time.
I had a powered sub amp problem that the local guy couldn't fix so I just disconnected it and wired the driver directly out to a separate amp. Works fine as a passive sub.
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
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