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BeoLab 5 - High sound when switched on

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aengdal
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aengdal posted on Sun, Feb 17 2019 2:05 PM

Hi There,

My left speaker gives a high sound when it is switching on (activated). It sounds like a loose connection or overvoltage. All electronics (the chassis) was replaced 6 months ago, and I was wondering if it somehow was related to that.

Any ideas?

Cheers

Anders

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Mr 10Percent
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Too vague a description but a quick guess of the lower end of serious is can you check if you’re upper tweets are preforming?

obtain some frequency test tracks (L&R) if you can find and see if all tones come through correctly. 

I lost an upper tweeter once and  (don’t think I heard it pop but) but on replacement I quickly acsertained the second upper was not performing as well as or equally as the replacement. I would uly alwayes recommend replacing them as a pair

if the tones are correct, it’s internal electronics. If not, replace faulty drivers

aengdal
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I have requested a service guy. The chassis was replaced one year ago, and it's most likely the issue.

aengdal
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Once again..a new chassis (all electronic was replaced)

aengdal
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Once again..a new chassis (all electronic was replaced)

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