Hi my name is Mike. I am a sales manager for a large chain of lease to own companies. I have a customer who says that the right speaker on his edison ed-8000k dual cd DJ system is not working. I have...
In its most basic form, a sound system consists of a signal, amplifier and speaker. If there is a problem with any of the three - unexpected results can occur.
Swap the speaker with a know good speaker. If it still doesn't work, it is not the speaker. Change the signal. This is usually done by selecting a different line level input, ir connecting a different device to the input(s). Your device may not have the ability to do this. If you are able to choose a different input, and the problem still exists, then it is probably not the input, either. That leaves an amplifier problem. The amp could have failed naturally, or due to an open or shorted speaker connection, connecting the wrong impedance value speakers, playing at a very loud level, etc. Some amps have a fuse or circuit breaker that opens in many of these situations - your may or may not have this feature. If it does, there's a chance it didn't open before the damage was done though. Needless to say, if you replace the fuse or it doesn't have one and the problem still exists, it will probably need to be sent out for professional repair.
I hope this helps and good luck. Please rate my reply - thanks!
Apr 21, 2011 |
Audio Players & Recorders