Has anyone else had an issue with their left channel just suddenly giving out?
Powered mine up and the left channel just gives a slight pop when I try to play sound. Right channel is fine.
Tested different cables, sources, inputs.
WOw... I didnt know AE had that same reputation. I really dont want to have to keep sending in mine to repair
Im in San Francisco. Are there any places that would take AE and repair them?
I havent dived into the whole passive/receiver setup yet. Perhaps I should :(
I use my speakers for like everything right now. PC gaming, movies, music.
I don't have any need for more than a 2.1.
Now... would I be able to use 1 Receiver to power 2 separate sets of 2.1's? so I could use 1 for my PC. and then 1 for my TV
Now I'm a lil confused.... with the whole matching of sub thing.
I just relocated so I'm back down to a bare bones setup. When I get settled, I'm moving back to a triple monitor + big tv setup.
Ideally, I'd like to have a 2.1 for my PC... and then a 2.1 for my TV.
I would want to be able to use them in all combinations... i.e. PC only, TV only, PC + TV
Because the sound could potentially be coming from the TV only if I have the TV on... or if I'm just PC gaming... or if I want to throw some background music on and play a video/netflix from my PC on the big screen.
Why do I need that matching you speak of?