Post by wilburthegoose on Apr 22, 2016 20:01:15 GMT -5
BTW - I am experiencing something similar with my CC-590 V5. I've been working with Paradigm (who's been A-OK), and they asked me to carefully remove the speakers from the cabinet one at a time and test by connecting the speaker cables playing at very low volume to help determine which is causing the problem.
Can't take it to my dealer because they went out of business, so I'm up the creek here as far as taking it to my dealer. There's another dealer in town, but I doubt they'd diagnose the problem. Plus, I took an out-of-warranty speaker to them once for repair, and it took about 3 months to get it back (all it needed was a new tweeter).
PS - Paradigm's instructions: To test each speaker, you can simply remove the grill, then remove the screws that are holding each speaker in. After that, take the speaker out and disconnect the wires that connect to the crossover. Then you can run your speaker wire onto each speaker to test, just remember to keep it at a low volume as to not damage the other speakers. You should be able to tell which driver is causing the problem from there! Let me know if you have any questions