Sub woofer problems

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Brsboarder1, Aug 31, 2005.

  1. Brsboarder1

    Brsboarder1 New Member

    Jan 18, 2004
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    I have a cheap $65 pair of altec lansing speakers, which are fine for now, becuase I dont have any money whatsover, but, it seems like the seem between the front of the box and the rest of it, so when I turn the bass up, it starts to sound pretty bad. If I put a brick ontop to close the seal it sounds pretty decent. What can I do instead of this. Is there any way to seal it easily or something like that. Thank
  2. Ronin

    Ronin Guest

    if u want a cheap fix that im not sure would work i will say this

    (side note i used this on internal speaker wiring, which may be arguable)

    Use krazy glue advanced formula, its shock resistant and hardens quickly, line the seam with it trying to get the clue into the actual seam then set the brick ontop and let it sit for about oh say 20 minutes that should solve your problems

    i used to have a loose wire that connected to the inside of my left speaker and when the excursion rate got too high itd get pulled loose, i tried all sorts of things and when i used the krazy glue (about 4 or 5 months ago) it worked perfectly, resisted the vibrations and is solid to this day.

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