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This is a Search Engine question. Look around the web. ALL HT's support surround sound. THAT's what makes them HT's.
For example, "home theater surround sound digital input prices" on Google or Amazon brings up plenty to ponder.
Buyer beware. You will get no more than what you pay for. Low-balling the price will come back to bite you. Do some research before you buy, and NEVER buy anything from someone selling it out the back of their van.
Do you mean it blew them again or that it didn't work and the fuse is still intact?
If it blew it again the problem is not the fuses. Instead what you have is a semi-conductor device that has developed a short and that is blowing the fuse. Check any devices in the power supply section, look for signs of damage or heat and also any devices on the heat-sink.
If the fuse did not go and it still doesn't work check the power supply only or the on-off switch.
I'm not like an electrical engineer or anything, but it sounds to me that there are some problems with the circuitry that operates the sytem (the circuitry in the subwoofer/built-in amp inside the subwoofer). As for the volume control, have you adjusted it from the remote and from the controls right on the front of the subwoofer? If you only tried adjusting it from the remote, then you probably need a new remote (if you can get a new remote; I don't think most remotes work with Durabrand). If you tried adjusting it from the controls on the subwoofer unit, then the subwoofer's circuitry probably needs to be replaced.