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How to connect a Jamo sw 410e subwoofer to an esoteric az-1 class d amplifier??

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SOURCE: I have a Jamo SW-410E

The unit has to be opened and checked for blown or bulged capacitor.If that is all ok then yes the transformer is to be replaced.The other possibility is blown AMP .It has to be checked with meter and confirmed.

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Posted on Sep 16, 2010

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SOURCE: i have a 2 channel

Refer to the applicable Jamo manual.

http://www.jamo.com/na-en/support/owners-manuals/

http://www.jamo.com/images/download/313.aspx

Posted on Jun 02, 2011

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