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#397940 - 10/18/13 01:55 PM Re: Strange noise from my EP500 [Re: damelon]
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Sounds like the issue was with the amp.

Sorry damelon, but I'm posting part of what you put in your AVS thread just for some sort of update/closure here.

Originally Posted By: damelon @ AVS

...has a fault in the amp which is causing the DSP to crap out somehow. Sub just randomly distorts and after swapping woofers between subs, testing cables, etc we have determined the problem resides in one of the amp back-planes. So off it goes to Axiom!


Bummer.
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#398007 - 10/20/13 05:19 PM Re: Strange noise from my EP500 [Re: nickbuol]
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Originally Posted By: nickbuol
Sounds like the issue was with the amp.

Sorry damelon, but I'm posting part of what you put in your AVS thread just for some sort of update/closure here.

Originally Posted By: damelon @ AVS

...has a fault in the amp which is causing the DSP to crap out somehow. Sub just randomly distorts and after swapping woofers between subs, testing cables, etc we have determined the problem resides in one of the amp back-planes. So off it goes to Axiom!


Bummer.


Not a problem. Of course it's totally my guess on the DSP part, but the fault is in the amp "Part". Will probably be a few weeks turnaround with round-trip shipping and stuff.

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