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#401304 - 02/22/14 09:34 AM Tighten up.... Subs get loose.
Hellcommute Offline
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After about a year or so with another ID brand of subs in my theater i noticed a problem when watching " the conjuring" last nite. Red line bass instantaneously, then gone, in this soundtrack.

My sealed subs werent as snappy as I had become accustomed to. Upon closer inspection, the screws holding the driver in place had worked loose. One sub much worse than the other. Bot needed tightening. Two full turns on the bad one.

Tightness restored along with performance. smile Worth it for a point of maintanence to check now and then.

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#401305 - 02/22/14 09:44 AM Re: Tighten up.... Subs get loose. [Re: Hellcommute]
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So, you admit to having more than one screw loose?
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#401313 - 02/22/14 12:18 PM Re: Tighten up.... Subs get loose. [Re: Hellcommute]
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that movie does have some intense LFE, I better go check my screws.
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