Question about Mirage Audio Players & Recorders
How can I verify if the problem is with my sub or my receiver?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
OK if you came out of the receiver sub pre-out RCA jack into the subwoofer RCA jack ( most subs call this low level line in) and no sub sound you may need to program the receiver to tell it that a subwoofer is being used, many receivers have this function, and some default it to NO SUB and them your low end soung goes to the front right and left speaker, so check the receiver manual and look under adding a subwoofer instructions if available.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Tell your source (receiver???) that it has a sub and set it up to feed LFE out of that RCA jack.
Prove your sub pre-out works. Or send something like FM on Tape Out to the sub and see how that works out.
How did you hook a speaker wire to this model of powered sub? What was on the other end of that speaker wire? It's not designed for speaker level input.
Posted on Jan 28, 2011
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