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Old 07-01-2012, 08:42 PM   #1
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White Hawk 29sqb speaker sound off

On my Maiden voyage with the 29sqb. One of the outside speakers sounds fine but the other one sounds very faint. The balance and fade are on zero. Anyone else have speaker issues on your new white hawk? Hope I don't have to bring back to the dealer for such a small issue.
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Old 07-01-2012, 09:08 PM   #2
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Im thinking a dealer visit is in order. If there is any sound, wiring shouldn't be an issue... possible blown speaker or an issue with the output amps on the entertainment unit.
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Old 07-02-2012, 09:33 AM   #3
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Depending on how much trouble shooting you want to do, reverse the speaker wires to see if the low sound is due to the stereo or the speaker.
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Old 07-05-2012, 01:41 PM   #4
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Just an fyi....like any new tv, stereo, car etc etc... speakers also need to be broken in. Never crank your speakers the first few times out or you'll blow them. To begin with I don't think these speakers are top quality so breaking them in will be inportant. It does sound like a speaker wire problem the dealer shouild look at. I haven't had any trouble with mine thus far.
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No disrespect intended but there is no such thing as "breaking in" speakers.
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When speakers are new they have very little to no flex... over time they give a little more and flex more...... being able to handle more power with less strain on the speakers...... makes sense to me...... but you could always try it for yourself.... i'm not talking ear buds either....
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Klipsch seem to agree with with your suggestion on beaking in your speakers. I know I do, actually, I always try not to stress my speakers. If you have to crank them up all the way, then you probably need bigger speakers or better amp.

Of course when camping; your neighbors may want to listen to their own music rather than yours.

http://resource.klipsch.com/Educatio...n-speakers.htm
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Just picked up my White Hawk. The outdoor speakers only work intermittently. I checked the wiring, all seems good. I think it's the stereo system.
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