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BEFORE I START IT THIS SUPPORT FOR THE AUDIO SUB SUPPORT OR NOT

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Have jvc rx-2020v receiver with mono rca out for sub and trying to hook it up with polk audio rm 1000 w sub woofer with +/- terminals for both left ane right channels plus blue terminal(?). How to?


Your Polk Audio subwoofer is a passive sub and your JVC mono output is for connection to a powered sub. If the JVC does not have an amplified output for a passive sub, you'll either need to get an amplified sub, a different receiver, or buy a dedicated mono subwoofer amplifier.

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Ron just what are trying to do? VGA is Video Graphics not related to Audio. SUB...meaning Subwoofer I assume?
State the facts as to what you want to accomplish from start to finish. Let us know what Hardware you are working with and the type of speaker/s you are attaching.

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My MTX Jack Hammer JH300 Amplifier is warming up... A red led indicates that the amplifier is warming up.I checked the conections and everything seems to be ok, I've a 10" Jack Hammer JH 4510 Sub...


Check the speaker connections from the amp to the box and inside the box to the sub. Its possible these came loose from vibration. Also gently push in on the sub. It should move freely and feel spongy. If it drags or is stiff the sub may be bad. Use an Ohm meter and test the sub. There is an Ohm rating on the sub (usually 4) and it should be close to that. Also check the audio in. Maybe the amp/sub combo is fine but there is no sound going in. Use an MP3 player with a 3.5MM to 2M RCA cable as an input. Start with the volume all the way down and SLOWLY raise the MP3 volume.
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I have a sony str de 325 receiver....what sub woofer will go with it and where do you plug it into the receiver?? Thanks


You will need a powered sub, one that has a built in amp. It will also need speaker terminal type inputs. Use the B channel to send signal to the woofer. Since the audio from the B channel is full range, use the crossover on the sub to determine which frequencies you want to hear. I would start at 100Hz and go up and down from there. Use the gain to adjust the volume in relation to the other speakers. The sub volume will be affected by the master volume.

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Apr 05, 2011 | Sony STR-DE325 Receiver

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I have the Subwoofer plugged into the output and have it turned ON but it's still not working!


It only drives a self-powerd sub.

The manual...

http://www.retrevo.com/support/JVC-RX-8010VBKC-Receivers-manual/id/315dj079/t/2/

Page 17:

Setting the Subwoofer Information


Register whether you have connected a subwoofer or not.

Before you start, remember....

• There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If the setting is canceled before you finish, start from step 1 again.

On the front panel ONLY:

1. Press SETTING repeatedly until "SUBWOOFER" appears on the display.

The display changes to show the current setting.

2. Press CONTROL UP / DOWN to select "YES" or "NO."

• Each time you press the button, the display alternates between "YES" and "NO."

YES: Select this when a subwoofer is connected.

NO: Select this when no subwoofer is used.

Note:

You cannot use SUBWOOFER OUT ON/OFF on the front panel (see page 14) and adjust the subwoofer output level (see below) when "SUBWOOFER" is set to "NO."


Then continue with setting its relative level and other things.

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POWER ISSUES


Recomend installing a capacitor, this will control voltage drop and reduce heat. The new battery should help, but it also may be that the amps final circuts could be wearing out, and no longer able to handle the load of the sub.

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Mid level volume my sub starts poppin


Set your gains correctly. You are overdriving the sub, causing the voice coil to bottom out. Go to www.jlaudio.com and go to the support / tutorials section and it will have a tutorial in there that will tell you how to properly set your gains. The same information is also in the owners manual that should have come with your w7, and probably also says how in your amplifier owners manual.

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I did what you suggested..


Take it to a car audio shop that has test bench and ask them to check it for you.

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Sub


Most amplified sub woofers need to be grounded to the output source.If you plug the sub woofer in to the receiver you would use a ground wire from the receiver to the sub woofer there should be a ground terminal on the sub woofer and receiver.

Feb 17, 2008 | JVC RX-778V

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BOOM SOUND AT AUDIO MODE CHANGE


Suggest turning the volume down on the Receiver/Amp before changing modes. Changing modes can produce signals that can hurt speakers if driving at mid-high levels.

Regarding the sub, turn off the receiver first, then turn off the sub. When turning everything on, turn on the sub first, then the receiver. If you still hear the noice in the sub, turn down the volume in the sub before turning it off (making note of what volume level you prefer for it when it is on).

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