Question about Panasonic Audio Players & Recorders
I have a system bar htb520 home theater, I have bought the subwoofer after. I have all the kit including the digital transmitter. It miss only the remote witch is back order. The problem is the the sub dont link with the bar. the led on the sub stay red not becoming green for indicating a contact audio.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The easiest solution to use your subwoofer is to buy an amp for it. Any old stereo receiver from a garage sale will probably do just fine.
You can even now turn off your subwoofer / adjust the volume easily now!
Posted on Nov 11, 2007
SOURCE: subwoofer noise
You didn't say is your sub active or passive.If its active first check signal cables from theater system,power line of the sub, it has to be the same phase as the system.If its passive take a voltmeter disconnect the sub from the system and measure for DC voltage on the SUB output on the system when its OFF.If DC voltage is present your amp is damaged.It can also be that the preamp circuit for the sub doesn't mute the input when unit is on stand by and you hear frequency of your power supply (50-60Hz) on the sub
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
SOURCE: subwoofer doesn't turn on
on mine...sub rumbles the whole house when i do the speaker test...but no other sound comes from it. same problem. see if it shows up in speaker test.
Posted on May 02, 2008
Just push and hold the fast forward button on your receiver and push the button number 3 on your remote simultanously
your unit cames in pairing mode a P appear in the display
after, goes to your wireless receiver and push the reset button on the back
normally after that the unit must connect with your receiver
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
SOURCE: Kube 2 subwoofer hum
The Kube Sub-woofer is earthed via its 3 pin plug. The Onkyo and other components I have in my system are not (they are double insulated). During normal operation, a difference in electrical potential can exist between these components in the system. I found that this potential was finding a path to earth via the audio cable and on through the subwoofer's earth. The path was via the earth portion of the audio cable and so gave the hum irrespective of volume levels set either on the Onkyo or the sub.
The fix is to ground the Onkyo to the sub. I used a length of electrical cable between a panel mounting screw on the back of the sub and a screw on the casing at the rear of the Onkyo. Try it out with a piece of cable manually touching screws with the bare ends of the cable until you find ones that give continuity( the hum will go immediately). I then crimped a small fork end electrical fitting onto each end of the cable which can be slid under the slighly loosened screw head and resecured. All I hear now is the fan on the Blu-Ray player!
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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