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This happens to amps/speakers in general. It's not specific to your system. It's caused by momentary changes in power. Please read the following for more detail: Amp causes speaker pop

Proficient Audio... | Answered on Mar 25, 2016

Check the fuse which tends to blow frequently.

Proficient S12... | Answered on Oct 27, 2012

The power supply is working but it is possible that there is no supply to the SUB WOOFER amplifier. It is important to remove and open the unit to probe and confirm.
It can be failure of the inline fusible due to a faulty output driver.
Finally check the subwoofer using a AA cell.

Proficient S12... | Answered on Oct 17, 2011

If there is power to the woofer then a signal input must power the woofer to work. So feed a test signal or a audio siignal from a DVD and if there is no output then the AMPLIFIER section had faults.
Unless the sealed unit is opened it cannot be tested to confirm if the output , the input to the AMP or the power supply has failed.
Check if there is power to the output section to confirm.

Proficient S12... | Answered on Jul 29, 2011

dude i have the same problem, im most likely going to attempt to make a shallow box that i can put behind the back seats firing forward. as far as wiring with the s10, half the fun is figuring it out if it works ill let you know...

Proficient S10... | Answered on Jun 29, 2011

Call the main office - 877-888-9004.

Proficient S12... | Answered on Jan 18, 2011

Pull the speaker and check the coil with a meter. Should read 8ohms. chances are you have a burnt voice coil. They have a 2 year warranty on subs.

Proficient S12... | Answered on Jan 09, 2011

with nothing connected and the sub turned on....Most subs buzz when the circuitry starts to fatigue. The last time I heard this ..the repair ended up being one of the two fat capacitors inside the sub. I have a means of testing this,,you may not. I am a repair shop with a bit of experience in component level board repair.

Proficient S12... | Answered on May 07, 2010

I too am looking for the solution, I'm hoping I have the wrong power cord which is sending too much power to the sub, my next attempt will be to just up the AMP on the fuse b.c hey it's broken anyway

Proficient S12... | Answered on Nov 30, 2009

It is below the subwoofer A/C plug and you need to pull it out

Proficient S12... | Answered on Nov 22, 2009

I happen to be in Riverview Fl about 1/2 hour north of you. I just called my local distributor and we would have to special order them. No big deal, it would just take 10 days. They are 40.00 a pair, and are now a composite material that won't "Brownout" on you. I e-mailed Fix Ya's support to get permission to give you my contact info. As soon as I hear from them, I will place another comment.

Proficient C850... | Answered on Nov 11, 2009

big red
just open it up get your self a cord of a old appliance and weld it up it will work fine

Proficient S8... | Answered on Oct 23, 2009

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