Sub Repair

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by ronnie.c, Nov 22, 2003.

  1. ronnie.c

    ronnie.c Auditioning

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    My Klipsch sub went out and I want to try to fix it. The reapir shop said it would be cheaper to just buy a new one.

    It is Klipsch Bash V2-400 Computer Subwoofer. Any ides?
     
  2. Dave Milne

    Dave Milne Supporting Actor

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    Ronnie... you didn't give us much to go on.

    How do you know it is dead?

    Are there any signs of life, i.e. power LED on, hums, buzzes, hisses, etc?

    Were you playing it loud before it expired, or did you just turn it on one day and nothing?

    Have you checked all connections?

    If it has a "wall wart" power supply, are you sure that is still functioning?

    What level of electronics experience do you have? Do you have a multimeter, a soldering iron?
     

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