It plays just fine on a low volume but when increasing the volume there is a popping and cracking sound when the bass hits at a low frequency. So now I'm at a decision making point, and just want to find something that works for me without dealing with failure with little usage. With replacement plate amps, the difficulty is getting one that fits or jury-rigging so that it fits. All the downloadable content on this website has been scanned thoroughly for viruses. A subwoofer is designed holistically, so all the major components - amp, driver, alignment and even cabinet dimensions - are engineered to work together. Summary The Klipsch Synergy Sub-10 is one of many great audio components that this company manufactures. I'll probably go for one of those.
It is not unusual that these practices result in things being short-lived and unreliable. Since I had sutable replacements around already I replaced the majority of mosfets on it with no luck. This sleek appearance is augmented by its matte black finish and titanium accents. I bought a secondery board off of eBay just for repairs and was wondering where to go from here. Disclaimer Brand names and product names are the property of their respective owners. The subwoofer speaker, driver and amplifier are encased in a smooth cabinet with rounded edges.
Klipsch Synergy Sub-10 home subwoofers are covered by a five-year warranty on the electronic components and a two-year warranty on the internal amplifier. I've looked over the board and whatever that is on terminal D12 looks to be bad. Answered on Sep 30, 2014 Where was it sitting before it was moved? Answered on Oct 04, 2017 Does the subwoofer have the same hum when the input cables have been unplugged? The usual problem is the mosfets in the power supply die. There's also an email address and a number for phone support. The heatsink is also garbage and the layout in general leaves much to be desired. Also when one moves a speaker it's often to put it into a more convenient area to be able to turn it up louder with less disturbance to others.
. However, since it can only reach as high as 120Hz, this sub struggles with melodic bass tracks and kicks the higher frequency notes to your mid-level speakers. Option 3 can work, but dimensions aren't the only thing to be concerned with. There's a daughterboard that has been available, but its failure usually causes the system to die short-circuit. So I am looking for any assistance I might get, hopefully some of you here have come across this amp before and maybe have some experience. I have upped a video here so others can possibly look at this amp with me and possibly provide some assistance worst case I just pull the main driver on the unit and add it to the list of projects I would like to do make a folded horn subwoofer. This sub is used in a fairly small 15x15ft best guess living room as a Home theater sub.
For this repair I found that the entire power side of the circuit board can be modified upgraded and replaced. Put a fan on it and make sure it is on a hard surface or up off the carpet at least to keep the bottom side cool as well. It is likely time for an upgrade. The key here is to keep it cool as you can. The cabinet rests on four arced, protruding legs, giving it a unique and modern look. Maybe it will be third time lucky for you.
The sub will be placed on hardwood floor. I have optomized the location of the components and tests have proven the design to be good. Considering the increased profits, such people neither want or expect perfect performance or reliability just merely that most of the people most of the time are satisfied and not enough are dissatisfied to affect the overall brand reputation. I've been told twice now it has a bad transducer. I have been unable to locate a service manual for this amp which would have helped greatly. If you like the way the sub sounds, why not replace the amp? One thing you never want to do is put a higher rated fuse in than the unit is rated for. The next problem part seemed to be dealign with a thermistor again other user experiences not mine.
I hardly ever used it, as I had just had a kid at that time, and. It has worked fine for 6+ years. The time, effort and cost to swap the amp might not be worth the result you get. If it got moved to an area that restricts air circulation around the sub more it is possibly overheating and causing fuses to blow. The other boards use a different sized transformer or they are all-in-one boards.
Any assistance would be appreciated. For out-of-town you also need to pay to-and-from shipping. At its peak, the amplifier can handle up to 420 watts of power. I just want a set it and forget it type deal where I don't need to worry about it breaking again for no reason. Be aware that the wiring can come loose over an extended period of time, so you will want to be careful before cranking this sub to its max.
Last time I had it together all it did was hum. These home subwoofers are also equipped with rotating dials to adjust the volume and crossover frequency and a toggle switch to set the phase at either zero or 180 degrees. Klipsch Synergy Sub-10 home subwoofers have a number of excellent features. I just don't know what to get and where to start with it. Hi all, I have a Klipsch Sub 10 that was given to me that would not power on.
Its all in one as well. I have seen many of these amplifiers broken and needing repair. The Klipsch Synergy Sub-10 puts out 200 watts of continuous power, making it a strong home subwoofer. All information on this website is supplied free of charge, in good faith and without warranty. That's not good enough for me I found two threads that one pointed to one set of components, another thread pointed to another. If you are looking to repair the amp cheap I would say try it yourself. Always scan any information downloaded from the internet with an up to date virus scanner before opening the downloaded information.