If the sub on a home theatre rattles is it stuffed

The speaker makes a rattling sound when the volume increases on movies or on music tracks.

geek_express, Feb 26, 7:59 am

Might be something loose. It really doesn't take much, just a screw.

geek_rlr29, Feb 26, 8:02 am

Could also been a blown cone

geek_exwesty, Feb 26, 8:41 am

They can be repaired if blown. I used to use Axent Audio in Auckland.

geek_rozendaal, Feb 26, 11:22 am

If a sub has a port then a piece of rubbish may have gone in; it could be loose or stuck to the magnet.

geek_gyrogearloose, Feb 26, 7:29 pm

Kids poked a pen in the hole?!

Realistically, unless it's a super high end one I would just upgrade to a new one.

geek_monsieurl, Feb 27, 12:32 am

Thanks everyone for your input. :) Taken it back to Noal Leeming. I'll never buy an end of line off the floor item again. The hassles I've had, ggggrrrr!

geek_express, Jul 1, 2:52 pm

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