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Old 02-22-2015, 10:36 AM
SeriousMoh SeriousMoh is offline
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Default SP2500 Tweeters not working after cold hiatus

Hi, everyone.

I have a problem with my SP2500. Last Christmas I disconnected the system from my Computer (moved the computer, sp2500 stayed on the desk). When I reconnected them a few days ago (after a 2 month hiatus), it seems as if the tweeters don't make a peep any more. When I turn everything to 100%, they are below usual volume and don't sound as clear as before. In about the first 0.1 seconds after turning them on, they are a bit louder. The Woofer also doesn't have as much power any more.

To find out, where the problem lies, I have tried a few things.

- I checked if the speaker cables had any breaks: None. (Swapped the cables + checked for any resistance in the wires)
- I have tried AUX 2 instead of LINE IN, attached different devices: Same problem.
- Checked, if the headphone jack on the remote had the same problem: Crystal clear loudness.
- Sound drivers are up to date

Yes, I have double checked windows and software volume levels. On the remote, volume and sub are turned to 100 %. During their hiatus they were not moved at all, the room they were in was quite cool, though (about 13 °C / 55 °F).

Is there any way for me to fix them? I don't wanna go through the hassle of sending them in. Thanks in advance for any help.
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Old 02-22-2015, 07:09 PM
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Put in a support ticket they may be able to diagnose the problem with the SP2500.
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