3 years old runnig perfectly until a week ago. now when turned on the speaker emits a rattley sound that deminishes to nothing in about 3 or 4 seconds. then everything is fine until the next time i turn on the system. help. thank from jim
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yes. A good idea. Kill power to the sub, then unplug and remove everything from the sub. go ahead and plug it in again and check for buzzzz.
That is test one. if you have buzz still, its the sub assembly. bad luck, but not impossible. If the buzz is gone its one of the signals to the sub. They can produce a buzzz without any signal coming from your stereo equipment. Replace the feed line, enjoy! BTW...Kef sure does sound clean. good choice.
Nice player. I'm not lucky enough to own one myself, but I found this info which might be worth a try:
Kef Kit 100 & Kef Kit 200 Instant DVD Theatre handset hacks
1. Press & hold the "Skip Back" button, "Play" button & "Volume Up" button on the main unit. 2. After a few seconds the front display should display "PAL RESET" 3. Release the "keys. 4. Power off your unit at the mains. 5. After 20 seconds, power on your DVD player, thats it!
take the cable of right speaker(which is ok)and put it instead of the left cable if it is ok-your problem will be in your left speaker or its cable-if it is not working the problem in your receiver output stage.(left channel path problem)