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Is the vibration coming from the heatsink itself or from the fan running at high speed?

I highly doubt the processor itself is vibrating; no moving parts to vibate. A more likely suspect would be one or more of the fan blades having gone out of balance and causing it to resonate at certain RPMs.

What cooler are you using?


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KLH ASW10-120... | Answered on Jun 02, 2012


if your a good craftsman it is possiblle with a new hook up
best buy has them for like 20$

KLH ASW10-120... | Answered on Nov 28, 2011


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KLH ASW10-120... | Answered on Oct 23, 2011


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KLH ASW10-120... | Answered on Aug 26, 2011


I think it wants you to raise the volume high enough on the sub so IT can hear at least 75dB. It can always adjust the sub downward if necessary. Max it out at the sub and let Audyssey deal with the adjustment.

Your crossover frequency selection would be a piont below which you want the sub to activate. It depends on the bass capabilities of your other speakers. You want some overlap so there's no droop in the crossover region where your main speakers roll off.

KLH ASW10-120... | Answered on Jul 13, 2011


if you can look at the underside of the board with the resistor on it, take a magnifying glass and look around the pins poking through from the components. It may be that the heat as unsoldered a component (be it resistor, capacitor or otherwise). Look for gaps in the solder around each pin, and if there are any holes around the pins, try filling them in with a little solder.

KLH ASW10-120... | Answered on Jun 01, 2011


Fuses only blow like that when a semiconductor device is acting like a piece of wire causing an overload. An ohmmeter on the ohms setting will show any transistor with this condition as a short, just like you had touched the test leads together! Follow where the fuse leads to. And look out for signs of damage too. The most obvious parts to go are the ones that do the work, in the power supply or the main amp device, often an IC.

KLH ASW10-120... | Answered on May 27, 2011


This can be due to either the integrated power supply system or the amplifier itself. As a tecnician I can imagine the possible faulty components and I guess that the cost isn't too big. But since I don't know your area I suggest to ask from a technician at your area to check the subwoofer.

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KLH ASW10-120... | Answered on May 25, 2011


The sub works but the speakers don't? Do you hook up the speakers to the subwoofer output "loop"? This is a circuit issue when it works and stops working. I have the same issue so I wound up joining the wires that go to the sub and the wires that go to the speaker together and place those connections into the sub. The sub works, the satellite speaker works and the impedance load is no issue for my system. Confused? Simply run your neg/pos wire to the sub and where it connects to the sub, run another cable to the speaker (pos to pos., neg to neg).

The only way to repair it would be to deal with component level repair. Although I have the experience, it is too petty and it works fine the way it is.

KLH ASW10-120... | Answered on Apr 12, 2011


http://www.docs.sony.com/release/STRDE335.PDF

I am basing hookup on my Bassbite !! manual. The procedure should be the same as on your Bassbite V

I have given you a link to your Sony Owner manual. It looks like you will connect your sub to the sub output on the rear of your reciever using the rca cable. Woofer out on the Sony to the R/Mono input on your Bassbite. If you have the front and rear speakers hook your rears into the rear speaker outputs then connect your front speakers to the front speaker outputs of your Sony. Your speaker jacks on the Bassbite will not be used for this configuration.

Now, adjust your speaker size setting for "SMALL" or "LARGE" speakers as appropriate for your setup (this is for the front and rear speakers and will not effect your Bassbite). Now set your Sony subwoofer output to "ON" You access this setting through your menu. That should be located on your remote for the Sony. You will want to refer to the manual to find the exact method to access your system menu.

If the link to your manual doesn't work for you then go to http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-documents.pl?mdl=STRDE335 and click on Operating instructions.

Hope this helps. Let me know okay? By the way, if this works for you you should be very pleased with the sound quality :-)

Kindly, DAVID (sean1dave)

KLH ASW10-120... | Answered on Mar 07, 2011

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