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Denon avr 2802 can't get subwoofer to work all else fine

Just installed 5 channels but can't get sub woofer to put out sound

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In the Denon setup under speaker configuration set the sub to LFE+Main

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I have the same problem with the sub woofer not putting out any sound. I have 7 speakers and everything works except the subwoofer. I tried the setting in speaker configuration ~ set the sub to LFE+Main. No changes. I've been told that I need to turn on the Digital connection? If that is the solution, I can't find the correct setting for Digital connection.

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