Sorry to bug y'all with two sets of questions in one day! I'm prepping for my first show of the year, took my NX55Ps which I had been using as monitors and threw them up on stands, got some loaner JRX112Ms set up as monitors, ready to have a "dress rehearsal" to make sure I've got all my Ts crossed and Is dotted. (Nothing worse than showing up at a show and being short a cable .. or not knowing how to operate your equipment)
So ... one of my NX55Ps now sounds like crap. Something wrong with the LF driver I'm pretty sure. I have checked the configuration between the two speakers and made sure that the source feeding the bad-sounding speaker sounds fine with the good-sounding speaker. The source is just the demo track off my drum machine, through a mixer.
The video shows me walking from the bad speaker to the good speaker and back. They are being played VERY quietly, something like 75dB @ 1m (people sleeping in the house). Listen to the bass, very scratchy and jangly in one speaker and smooth as silk in the other.
Should I bother doing anything at home, or should I just take it to the shop on Friday? (135 mile drive each way) .. Could this be a loose connection between the amp and the driver, or something simple like that?