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Speaker only words on full Volume

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by jack68632, Oct 18, 2008.

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  1. jack68632

    jack68632 Thread Starter

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    I have had some Tsunami SP-1100 speaks for a while, i normally run them on full volume on the speaker control box, and use my computer to adjust the sound as i need. Recently i hooked them to my CD player and tryed to use the speakers, but only 1 speaker was playing(the right). I had only just unplugged them from my PC and they were working fine, after a while or playing with it i noticed that the left speaker would only work when the control box volume was at 95-100%(MAX), anything lower and only the right speaker would work.

    I have tried them with multiple PC's and sound devices and the speakers act the same way with everything.

    What kind of problem can cause this? i havent banged them around or recently moved them at all when it happened.

    Thank you for your help.

    PS. sorry about the typo in the title.
     
  2. DaveDoesIT

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    Hi,

    Most likely a bad solder joint between the amplifier and the actual speaker inside the box.

    Another issue might be if there is a cross-over network inside the speaker box, one of the band pass filters may have died. Is there more than one speaker in the box?

    Dave
     
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