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No bass... The sub woofer stopped working all of a sudden. I checked all of the wiring. The blue AUX cable is hooked up along with the power supply. It is buzzing quietly and the light says that it is on standby but there is no bass. Whats up? Thanks.

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One of a few things.

The fuse inside the amplifier section is blown.
The amplifier has died
The speaker is dead.

Best to return to the place you purchased the unit or contact Velodyne for service.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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