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Static Sound from Paradigm Studio 60 V2 - Can anyone help?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by JohnKings, Jan 21, 2003.

  1. JohnKings

    JohnKings Well-Known Member

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    Approximately one year ago I purchased a pair of Paradigm Studio 60's in Canada. Just recently, I noticed that one of the speakers seems to have some type of staitic sound emanating from it (it is especially noticable on quieter acoustic passages). Over the next few hours, after following the troubleshooting directions of my local Paradigm dealership (i.e. swapping speakers, drivers, etc.), we have determined that it is not a faulty driver, but something else internal to the speaker. My local dealership will not service the speaker because it was purchased up north, so I do not know where to turn. Has anyone experienced this problem or have any idea what might be causing it? Also, if anyone has any idea who I could contact at paradigm for assistance that would also be helpful. I tried emailing their tech support, but have received no response.

    John
     
  2. PomingF

    PomingF Well-Known Member

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    John, I suggest you hook up your speakers to a friend's functioning system to see if the problem persists for I had kinda the same problem intermittently till I finally decided to change interconnects within the path of the problem system. It so turned out one of them has a loosed solder and changing it out definitely took care of the problem. Good luck.

    PF
     
  3. Chas_T

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  4. Jason Brent

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    I too have always gotten a response from Gary. You can also reach him at 905-632-0180. I think that's the right number. It's AudioStream's number which is all part of the same company.

    I tried to get some more info on the Statement line, but he wouldn't give any[​IMG]

    That said, have you tried to hook up another speaker to the same receiver/amplifier, using the same speaker wires and everything? If you don't get the noise, then you should be relatively certain that it's in the speaker. I would try to positively identify that the problem is in the speaker somewhere before trying to contact Gary.

    If through the process of elimination you determine the problem is in the speaker, I would think that Gary could help you with the warranty repair.
     
  5. Chas_T

    Chas_T Well-Known Member

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    Just to add something here, Gary was/is always very congenial and also very helpful. He once took a large amount of time out of his day to explain to me on the telephone the advantages of a speaker purchase I was making and his advise was right on the money.
     
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    altan Well-Known Member

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    From my converstaion with Paradigm/AudioStream I was surprised to find

    - Paradigm "the company" will not help with any repairs
    - All repairs must be done via Authorized Dealer
    - An authorized Paradigm dealer is not required to service your speakers if the purchase wasn't from the store you are attempting to get service from (even when they were purchased from an official Paraidgm dealer!)

    ... Altan
     
  7. Chas_T

    Chas_T Well-Known Member

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    Altan,

    This is one of the issues that Paradigm displays with its stringent dealer attitude. Some find it negative and others postive.

    Fortunately, I've never had any issues with their speakers, so I've never been able to find this out by personal experience. The vast majority of my components have been purchased with the "home boy" attitude of doing business close to home.

    That trip to Canada always looks inviting and I've contemplated it myself quite a few times. However, if things go well and there aren't any problems, then it's worth the effort and the cost savings. There is always that risk of course as you have noted if the local dealer will not assist you in solving the problem.
     

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