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1092A doesn't make a sound but otherwise seems to "work"

kraku, modified 12 Years ago.

1092A doesn't make a sound but otherwise seems to "work"

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 3/15/10 Recent Posts
Hi!

I've been using a pair of 1030A's + 1092A for almost 10 years now. My 1092A stopped working a few years back but I never got to fix it. Now I finally thought that I'd better do something about it since it's a really good sub. This is why I decided to pop in here and ask if someone knew what might be wrong with my sub and how could I get it fixed.

Here's how the sub is behaving when it's turned on:
- the power LED is lit just as it should be
- the sub is routing the signal to my 1030A's just as it should
- the sub also seems to filter away the lower end frequencies properly before they are sent to 1030A's
- the sub itself doesn't make any sound at all!

Strange :(

What could be wrong with it? If it's relatively easy to fix, my friend could most probably do it, since he's a professional electronics engineer. It would also be my cheapest option too :)
markus-kahelin, modified 12 Years ago.

Re: 1092A doesn't make a sound but otherwise seems to "work"

Jedi Knight Posts: 109 Join Date: 3/16/10 Recent Posts
Hello,

Thanks for your message and sorry to hear about your 1092A problem. As mentioned in our Forum header, service questions should be sent directly to our distributor's service centers for fast and efficient handling.

Please consult the following link for the contact details of our distribution and service centers network:
http://www.genelec.com/sales-network/

Best regards,

Markus Kahelin
Product Specialist
Genelec Oy