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hi, steps to trouble shoot for sub-woofer detection : 1. please check whether the cord is securely connected at both the ends. 2. check if there is transmission through the cord (there'll be a small static through the cord if there is transmission.) 3. reset the dvd-player to default audio-output and then choose the 5.1 sound system which is the correct setting for the th-c6. 4. also check the settings in the th-c6 whether it is in 5.1 mode(whether it includes the woofer-as it can also simple use the stereo speakers) 5. now check the sound output in all speakers by playing any original home-theatre system enabled dvd.
the system will work perfectly if the cord is in good condition, otherwise please replace the cord again, and this time check it at the store. cheers
Most of all electronics accessory or parts you can buy it in electronics shop.The leads you said is the RCA cord,input in dvd player output to home theater subwoofer.Tell the shop that you need RCA cord from dvd player to home theater sub woofer.Or you can order it in the site just type googles and search for electronics accessories.That's all jon-jon txt me what the result.
try unpluging everything apart from the headset in the aux input (make sure you plug in to the white and red NOT BLACK) Sub woofer and power cord. Also make sure the power is on the the sub woofer. rx7pat
The usual fix for "Speaker err" message is to simply unplug the sub-woofer power cord to reset the speaker diagram, plug it back in and remember to "match the negatives to negative, positives to positives" and never try to replace the original speakers with anything but equivilent speakers, adding on more speakers can cause the "Speaker err" message and an inoperative system.