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  1. I've read through some other posts similar to this and this doesn't seem to be an uncommon issue. This subwoofer is 12 years old and I've already ordered a replacement but was curious what was causing the fuse to blow when powered on. I opened it up expecting something obvious but could only speculate about one piece that looked broken - a small green piece with TH3 printed on the board next to it (see pics). Does anyone see anything obviously wrong in addition to this and/or know what the piece is? The weird thing is this only started happening after I moved and I moved my electronics on my own. I plug electronics into a UPS or decent surge protector. I didn't have any issues with the subwoofer for 12 years. An odd coincidence. Thanks.
  2. Hello, this my first post looking for help, I'm working in a SW-110 power supply, there's no voltage on the amp section. Visual inspection: No damaged components, all look good. Electrolyric Capacitors: All test good even that, I replaced them with new ones. Mosfets: All test good. Fuse: Not blown, No Shorts according with the current limitation lamp. Power Test: when plugged in, lamp flashes once and the off, 178VDC at the rectifier bridge, 90VDC in each big capacitor, 177VDC at one of the IRF730 mosfet, 0V on the other, 177VDC at the blue capacitor (coupling I guess), 89VDC at pin#3, #4, #5 of the primary winding at the big transformer but, no voltage in the secondary winding (amp section), no 27VDC on the regulators, no 5VDC on the pink resistors, No voltage at the Bash board. I really need help, I must be missing something, should I have voltage at the secondary winding at the transformer even if there's a problem in the amp section? How the power on activation work in the Power Supply? Any help will be appreciated. Thank you.
  3. Hi there, Not sure if this subject has been covered, but trying to go through 1000+ topics and nothing's coming up on search. I have the following for my setup: RF-82 (Front) - 33Hz - 23kHz +/- 3dB RC-52 (Centre) - 67Hz - 23kHz +/- 3dB RS-52 (Surround) - 62Hz - 23kHz +/- 3dB Klipsch SW110 sub. Yamaha RXV-675 for my receiver. I've been trying to figure out the right crossover frequency for my setup and I'm just a little lost/confused. The THX guide recommends 80Hz as the general setting if you have a receiver that allows you to only setup Large/Small speakers, however... from what I've been reading and if I understand it correctly, my fronts are rated for 40Hz, my Centre and Surround are rated for 80Hz (since I can't select 70, 80 is next). I've also read that a better choice is to set to set the front speakers as Large instead of Small and do LFE + Front but at 90HZ. This would ensure that all speakers are pushing out just the right frequencies and all the good stuff goes to the front and sub for clean sound. It looks like because of the wide gap of the front and all other speakers that a receiver that lets you configure the crossover individually would work best, but that's not an option now, so striking the right balance is what I can go for. YPAO is useless lol I like doing my configuration manually; measure the distance of speakers and configure levels with a SPL meter. I'm just trying to figure out what the RIGHT crossover frequency is for this setup so it kicks butt. Sounds are either too much bass and possibly overlap the other sounds (sub configured for bypass by turning the low-pass filter at max and controlling crossover on AVR) which is why I have a hard time making out dialogue and surround effects. I've kind of compensated for this by raising the level in the center channel on the receiver and doing the same for sides. When I turn up the crossover I get too little bass and know I'm missing out on what these speakers can do. I also can't tell the difference between regular DTS and DTS-MA... my receiver supports both so content is not the issue. Just looking for what Klipsch can say about this and others so I can gauge what others who have the same issue are doing. Maybe I'm needing more tinkering around...
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