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Re: Finally tracked down a buzzing sound... sadly...
jakewash #327723 11/06/10 07:02 PM
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They went everywhere. And I don't have a receiver (d2v+A1400). If the noise was coming from source, replacing drivers would not solve the problem.


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Re: Finally tracked down a buzzing sound... sadly...
EFalardeau #327725 11/06/10 07:08 PM
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OK, I too vote for a bad set of crossovers.


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Re: Finally tracked down a buzzing sound... sadly...
jakewash #327727 11/06/10 11:36 PM
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As I mentioned in another thread, perhaps related to this don’t remember, I had a bad crossover (figured out by process of elimination) in a new M2v3 which caused the midrange driver to vibrated like it was distorting which showed up after a couple weeks but only when I played a certain scene in ME2.

Axiom shipped me a new crossover and the problem went away and has not returned. I shipped the old crossover back to Axiom.


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Re: Finally tracked down a buzzing sound... sadly...
grunt #327728 11/07/10 12:14 AM
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I'll mention that to Axiom. Altough, do xovers break down after three years... in two separate speakers? Drivers is easy to believe, xover I have more trouble.


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Re: Finally tracked down a buzzing sound... sadly...
EFalardeau #327729 11/07/10 12:18 AM
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Not in my experience. But if they were both from the same lot, maybe there was a lot of bad capacitors or something that went into them... I dunno, doesn't make sense to me, either.


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Re: Finally tracked down a buzzing sound... sadly...
EFalardeau #327730 11/07/10 12:26 AM
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Its unlikely but nothing is impossible. I would still look into troubleshooting the possibility of any crossover issues.

Look at it this way . The crossover components that are used in the matching pair are likely manufactured within the same batch/shipment and maybe even the crossover itself assembled by the same worker. If there is an issue with a certain part or assembly issue I guess it is possible for them to fail relatively close to one another. However, to have it happen after 3 years with the pair would be something akin to winning the lottery. This is a tough one, and nothing should be left out as the cause.




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Re: Finally tracked down a buzzing sound... sadly...
terzaghi #327776 11/08/10 06:29 AM
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Originally Posted By: terzaghi
Just tapped into my denon through the web interface...

Man. I really need to upgrade my ancient receiver.


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