Help:sub Went Out!!!!!

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  1. Najib_H

    Najib_H Stunt Coordinator

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    Hey guys. I juts got my brand new Infinity 120 sub about a month agao and was really impressed with the sound. It would shake my whole house down. Anyways yesterday I was watching Saving Private Ryan and all of a sudden the sub light in fornt was not on. I checked around the sub was not working at all. There was no power at all. I have iot hooked up to the monster cable surge protector and looked at that but everything else was okay. I am so stumped and pissed of that such an expensive sub can go out like that in just a month. I was wondering if anyone else has had a similar problem. Im going to contact Infinity but the hassle that I have to go through is annoying. Any help would be great.

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    Najib H

    Imagine watching Star Wars with no bass!!!!
     
  2. Najib_H

    Najib_H Stunt Coordinator

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    Also does anyone know how good Infinity warrenty is????

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  3. Tom Vodhanel

    Tom Vodhanel Cinematographer

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    The best thing to do is contact Infinity techsupport. They can tell you if there is a fuse/reset button you can try.

    TV
     
  4. Travis G

    Travis G Stunt Coordinator

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    You mean they still make the 120? Cool that was my first subwoofer. T.V. helped me build my second before SVS was around (which I promply blew). Oh well, it gave me an excuse to build a bigger and badder one.

    Mine started to cut in and out for a time. I opened it up and pulled the spades that connected the amplifire to the drivers terminals and reconnected them and the problem stopped. I would not recommend doing this since your sub is brand new though (as it would probably void your warranty).

    Good Luck,

    Travis
     
  5. rodney wiley

    rodney wiley Second Unit

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    Possibly an internal fuse. I had a powered sub a while back and it went out. took it to the repair shop and they charged me forty bucks to replace a fuse. Just a thought
     

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