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Subwoofer problem in ONKYO HTS 580

My ONKYO HTS 570 system has an issue with over vibrations from subwoofer. Lately the subwoofer produces totally different low quality sound whenever a low frequency movie scene is played. Earlier it was not so; its as if the subwoofer loses control.
The thumping effect is replaced by some rattling. When playing test tone, the subwoofer sounds ok but the front right speaker does not produce any sound, but on actual playback, there is sound coming from this speaker.

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you might want to switch the speakers that youre using. e.g front left put it to front right and vice versa to isolate if the speaker has the issue or the amplifier terminal.
if the left speaker works on the other terminal then its a terminal issue.

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