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i bought my sound system about a year ago and love it, i was just wondering because im a little bit of a noob with it if someone could help me or redirect me to fix a problem i have with my subwoofer.


I have figured out it only does this when i play sound through my system or have my receiver on . it makes a " tick " and then a second later it goes " boom ". I have researched it and the only thing i could find on it is that my house electricity may have been causing it. I just moved houses to a newer house and its still doing this . was just wondering if anyone had any ideas as to how i can stop it and if its damaging my subwoofer
any feedback would be greatly appreciated. oh im running a pioneer vsx-518-s/-k receiver if thats any help.
 

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i bought my sound system about a year ago and love it, i was just wondering because im a little bit of a noob with it if someone could help me or redirect me to fix a problem i have with my subwoofer.


I have figured out it only does this when i play sound through my system or have my receiver on . it makes a " tick " and then a second later it goes " boom ". I have researched it and the only thing i could find on it is that my house electricity may have been causing it. I just moved houses to a newer house and its still doing this . was just wondering if anyone had any ideas as to how i can stop it and if its damaging my subwoofer
any feedback would be greatly appreciated. oh im running a pioneer vsx-518-s/-k receiver if thats any help.

could it be a problem with the power cord?
 
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