let me know your thoughts as it is quite annoying.
lmao dude. this is over the top. now i still wonder which sub makes the most decibels. its not allways the bigger that win lol
just when i think i exaggerate it... ther's allways someone who wins hahahaha
looks nice men.
make 4 square holes in the port on the end of it of about 6mm width and length little less then 1/4th of the port diameter. it makes a huge difference with port noise. so it looks like the end of a big gun silencer.
if it doesn't show the led light on front then its probably the fuse. i never blew mine in 12 yrs i have it. if the led goes on and you hear the relais clicking , the fuse is fine.
actually what @Louis Bartay says is a good point. you can open the rear and take off the amp plate and there is a big red/black wire going into the box itself. this is going to the driver itself. it is connected to the amp plate a little bit off the center of the board.
the other smaller wires are for the front-plate knobs and switches. you can test the driver by connecting it to speaker-terminal on another amp. don't play it loud as it will ruin the amp lol. just enough so u can hear it or feel it vibrating. if that is working it most defenatly is the amp that has blown out the end-amplifier and powersupply to it. you can send in just the amp-plate and get it fixed then. cost about 350€ for the parts (i paid 425€ to get the amp upgrade and i looked up the parts for you) and repaircost and shipping. total about 450-550 € roughly guess. i think it's worth it to fix it. you know what this thing can do bass-wise
yes it is :) but its the american version, i have the euro version and its a bit different. us 40-170 eu 18-170 and the voltage and amp of the us version is different and totally sucks. this thing doesn't like power outages indeed. i have mine for 12 yrs now and it never failed. not even with 3 yrs on home-domotica which switches it completeley off. probably it was on stand-by all the time it switched off. i'll take it off of the domotica prolly better idea, just to be sure it wont turn off while its on and working.
glad i made your christmas its a bargain indeed men.
means a lot to me as mine totally sucks allready.. having broken coffeemachine and relations doing not so well
edit: yes my neighbour upstairs experience the same thing, stuff comming of the wall when i put it loud here lol
lol room full of scala i imagine the thing was set loud ^^
yeah if you don't suffer from electricity failure the yammie is the best. subwoofer drivers create a lot of electricity when played loud so if the power is out it tend to load this off to the amp's transistors in turn overload the resistors which burn out. it's not uncommon thing and not really amp or brand related, it's more high power driver and class D amp related. imho. i put mine a lot of times on volume 6 or higher and it survived but tend to give more port-noise with it. i guess having multiple subs with not that high wattage would be a better way to go.
you won't be having this problem no more soon lol
i know i go everytime back to my subs and feel like they were the best i listened to uptill now. never hungered for more or other ones in the last 12 yrs
these ENERGy are totally crap dude. you could have 2 RF-62II and a RC-62II for that or maybe when ur lucky 2 RF-82II and a RC-62II.. but comming from those crap speakers you might have to get used to the more details and highs of the klipsch.
not to be harsh or anything but i doubt u get 1200 for these ENERGy speakers.
yes a 82II is a little bit better. the RC-64II is better but cost 1100 or so. so according to ur budget it perhaps wiser to choose the 62II. you have a sub ?