Probably like so many others before me, Google search brought me here, among other places, looking for Knight Shadow information. And, probably like so many others before me, threads like this show up as relevant to the search only to seldom have a resolution. The thread starter wanted help in 2007. Did he get it? Let's recap:
Originally Posted by TheEAR
Sounds like the amp failed,contact Sunfire. Or better the dealer you purchased the sub from.
Does it sound like the amp failed? Hmmmph. Interesting, I'd have thought it sounded like the amp failed too, but who needs someone to take the time to even point that out?
Oh, and then suggest contacting the dealer. Wow that's brilliant, you are a GENIUS
WTF, why even post
such a useless reply...so did the OP get any kind of answer that meant anything at all? No. And the search that brought me here simply dropped me off at Audio Idiotland. Eleven years later and likely umpteen passer-byers with the same common interest never added anything extra to Knight Shadow searchers to give the thread worthiness of even being started, yet Google sends queries to these
wastelands where members only litter their joint with questions for help, then abandon their own thread, even when they get their issue solved, leaving threads like this The Flying Dutchmen forever f*@king flying forever and littering the WWW universe. Hey, been eleven years plumber'sbutt, so what'ya do with the dam thing? Toss it, fix it, crap on it? At least say something you impetuous crack.
And let me guess, I'm
rude? No THIS
BS is rude, finish what you started, then go back to vacuuming your brain. That's probably what you were doing when the subwoofer suddenly stopped working.