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Hooking up a Klipsch

I just bought a pioneer VSX 1018 ahx reciever I also hooked up a Klipsch sub woofer. when I went thru the system set up and checked all the speakers work properly except for the subwoofer. There is a dedicated out for a subwoofer, i am using a Rockfish cable 15' cable.
So here is my headache all speakers except the sub work, I pulled the cable out of the back of the sub, I can make the sub humm by just laying the cable at the input port on the back of the sub but when i plug the cable all the way in the sub will not produce sound when i watch a movie or listen to music. Please any help will be greatly appreacieated.

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  • loves_enterp Nov 26, 2008

    Thank you for your response.

    What do i look for on the package to verifie it is the right cable.

    I am at owrk right now so I need to do this late tonight when i get home.

    Again thanks

    Ps if it turns out I have the right cable what should i check next

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Need to confirm that you have a subwoofer cable which is a coax cable. I have seen this sort of issue when using a standard RCA cable. If you need a cable you can order it at monoprice.com

Good luck..

KGS

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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