Solara SubWoofer

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Old 21 Dec 2006, 07:09 pm   #1 (permalink)
pdminirl@aol.com
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Hi,
I need some help, please. I have a Toyota Solara and the noise from the
subwoofer is particularly loud and muffled. I would like to turn it off
(disconnect it, if necessary). Is there a way to do this? And, yes we
have tried turning the bass setting on the stereo to the lowest
negative setting, but it makes no difference. Any help or assistance
would be appreciated. Thanks.

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Old 24 Dec 2006, 08:14 pm   #2 (permalink)
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If the woofer is loud and muffled even with the negative setting it may
indicate that the woofer has already gone bad and may need to be
replaced. You can disconnect it by splicing the wire going to the
speaker or taking out the faston connector. By the way besides the
negative setting you can also modify the fader that controls the volume
on the front and rear, you may want to adjust the sound more to the
front giving less power to the rear speakers, or vice versa depending
on which woofer has gone bad.

On Dec 21, 5:09 pm, pdmin...@aol.com wrote:
> Hi,
> I need some help, please. I have a Toyota Solara and the noise from the
> subwoofer is particularly loud and muffled. I would like to turn it off
> (disconnect it, if necessary). Is there a way to do this? And, yes we
> have tried turning the bass setting on the stereo to the lowest
> negative setting, but it makes no difference. Any help or assistance
> would be appreciated. Thanks.


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Old 29 Dec 2006, 11:18 am   #3 (permalink)
Paulus
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Thanks. Had to look at the Maplins site to see what a 'Faston'
connector was. She (or I should say... her daughter) has already blown
one sub-woofer. This is a replacement. I think the correct course of
action might well be a splice and tape, or pulling the connector!
Thanks again for your help.

EdV wrote:
> If the woofer is loud and muffled even with the negative setting it may
> indicate that the woofer has already gone bad and may need to be
> replaced. You can disconnect it by splicing the wire going to the
> speaker or taking out the faston connector. By the way besides the
> negative setting you can also modify the fader that controls the volume
> on the front and rear, you may want to adjust the sound more to the
> front giving less power to the rear speakers, or vice versa depending
> on which woofer has gone bad.
>
> On Dec 21, 5:09 pm, pdmin...@aol.com wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I need some help, please. I have a Toyota Solara and the noise from the
> > subwoofer is particularly loud and muffled. I would like to turn it off
> > (disconnect it, if necessary). Is there a way to do this? And, yes we
> > have tried turning the bass setting on the stereo to the lowest
> > negative setting, but it makes no difference. Any help or assistance
> > would be appreciated. Thanks.


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