Hi, I'm stuck on a problem here. I've searched lots of forums and haven't found similar problems but I think this is a setup issue and I do not have the knowledge to fix this on my own so I need help from you guys.
Xonar DS > Marantz MR215 > Infinity 902-6794 A9226 sub-woofer > JVC SP-MXJ77 x2
Xonar DS > Marantz MR215 > Infinity 902-6794 A9226 sub-woofer
> JVC SP-MXJ77 x2
So the JVC's has been releasing high-pitched noise whenever the bass are emphasized. It's hard to explain but the twitters gives you a sound that feels like a "slap in your face" and is continuous. That is when the bass are emphasized though, one example would be in the movies whenever a drum roll happens. Another would be in a song with emphasized bass.
Now, I've tested my speakers in a different setup and is functioning well even in higher volumes. Another thing I noticed is that this problem only occurs when the sub-woofer is connected, otherwise, the JVC's are not emitting those noises. These gave me the impression that it might be an impedance problem. I've read a few things about driving different impedance but I really cannot understand it(please excuse my stupidity).
and I can't find specs on the woofers. If it is this kind of problem, is there any way I can fix this? Hoping for your replies, I'll really appreciate it.