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What up with my subwoofer?

My brand new amp is working, but my brand new bazooka BT6014 is not workind, not emits sound, I used other subwoofer, that its work!!! but not the tube!!! is the new tube defective? what can I do? help me please!!!!!

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Re: what up with my subwoofer?

Sometimes the Bazooka tubes have an internal amp. I am not sure of this model but maybe you can Splice in directly to the Speaker Wire and bypass the AMP in the Tube if it has one

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