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Digital surround mode not putting out bass-RX-6022V

I actually have a RX-6022V 5.1 receiver. The digital surround mode is not putting out any bass. If i turn surround off, bass comes through, or use analog. I tried replacing the digital audio cable, but still same problem. Is this something I can look at myself? Thanks

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Re: Digital surround mode not putting out bass-RX-6022V

On the unit, just left of the volume control there a "adjust setting", cycle through the modes until you SUBWOOFFER and then press CONTROL UP or DOWN to make it say YES. I have no idea how it switched to NO. Probably with my remote, but some time did pass and I'm happy I got my Bass back. Quantum of Solace sounds great.

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