Question about Sunfire True Sub MK II Subwoofer
Every now and then my sunfire issues 3 to 5 loud pops. I can't pin down any input sequences that produce the popping so I can't re-create the noises. It started about a year ago and seems to be getting worse.
There are grounding issues on the Sunfire subs, your best bet is to solder a ground network connecting the negative side of the RCA inputs, and potentiometers to ensure the are connected directly to the ground-lug (green wire) inside the amp. Make sure it is disconnected from the power for a few days before you open it, or the 200volt capacitors could give you a hit!
Posted on Sep 15, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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