Question about Jamo SUB 200 Subwoofer
Would like to know how to wire my jamo 200 sub and jamo speakers to be able to use my ipad
The easiest solution is to get yourself a cord that switches from headphone plug to RCA and connect it that way. I sure hope that this helps you in hooking your ipad up to the Jamo 200 Sub. Thanks, Cody
Posted on Sep 13, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sound faliure
If the subwoofer has its own power cord seperate from the rest of the audio system, the internal amplifier could be fried or u have a loose connection inside the box
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
SOURCE: No Sound from Jamo E6 Sub
More likely there is a bad solder connection or a bad connector contact inside the unit, could also be a blown or dried up electrolytic capacitor.
Check the line signal input plugs, if they are soldered directly to the board then check the solder around the pins - if it has circular cracks, you need to resolder the pins.
Also check any other components on the board for such cracks on the pins, including internal connectors, disconnect, clean the pins if necessary and reconnect them.
If any electrolytic capacitors have a bulged top, they are blown and need to be replaced.
It could as well be something else, but your description suggests either a fault at the input connectors or some trouble with the input signal level sensing circuitry (no signal to the sensing circuit may be caused by connectors, no response from the sensing circuit may be caused by bad capacitors or other faulty components in or around that section).
Hope you can find out what it is and fix it...
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
What do you mean that it sometimes doesn't work? It doesn't power on automatically?
Check settings of your receiver - if it has subwoofer output enables and if low frequencies from all channels are directed also to the SUB. By default only the LFE channel (.1) of 5.1 signal input is fed to the subwoofer. So Sub will work in this case only when you listen to 5.1 signal (DVD movie for example), but for radio or stereo music, only front speakers are used. By configuring this bass redirect, you can use subwoofer for all signal types.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
For PC music ( I suppose mainly mp3) you don't need any extra-quality amp, any older Yamaha stereo amp will do. I don't know which of them are available in stores near you, but if you write some model numbers I can check their specs and advise more.
If your PC has spdif output (coax or optical) go for amp which has digital input available.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
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