Question about Jamo SUB-650 Subwoofer
I switch out the coaxial cables to see if it was old cables but still same problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: just got a jamo A3SUB.3
check all your plus sign and minus sign that connected to the receiver , if connected wrong you will not have any bass,because it going backward. Good luck!! any quest email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jan 30, 2008
SOURCE: I have no amp for jamo 1060 sub
The unique Dual Voice-Coil design allows both left and right channel sound from just one speaker. Simply hook up both the left and the right channels to the special terminals on the speaker. Hook up one channel only, if the speaker is to be used in a conventional stereo set-up.
I found this on jamo site hope that will help you
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
SOURCE: JAMO SUB 650
The jamo sub is a fine buy but also look at subs from REL as they can hit hard when needed and are great for music.Now on to your amp,look round the back and you should find a socket marked sub pre out,plug a sub or phono lead into this and then into the input on the sub,this could be marked in or line in,turn up the volume or gain on the sub and also make sure you have the sub turned on in the speaker settings in your amp.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
What do you mean that it sometimes doesn't work? It doesn't power on automatically?
Check settings of your receiver - if it has subwoofer output enables and if low frequencies from all channels are directed also to the SUB. By default only the LFE channel (.1) of 5.1 signal input is fed to the subwoofer. So Sub will work in this case only when you listen to 5.1 signal (DVD movie for example), but for radio or stereo music, only front speakers are used. By configuring this bass redirect, you can use subwoofer for all signal types.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
You don't need such cable, although you can use it if you have one. If receiver has only mono SUB output (as majority of receivers have), you just connect it to the Left socket on the Sub and it will work.
Using the Y cable would probably cause that you will fed the same signal to both left and right sockets, but half the intensity (you would divide the output from receiver by 2). So in the end the Sub would receive exactly the same signal as when using normal straight cable.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
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