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How to switch off Sub Woofer in philips mcm309r? It's good for rock, but I don't need it for listening classical music. Can't find any button or setting how to switch off it

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I have the same system, mcm309r and unfortunately, the power is routed thru the subwoofer meaning the subwoofer has the power cord and the stereo plugs into it, so if you unplug the sub-woofer, you unplug the stereo.

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Unplug subwoofer cable from main unit

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.) Connect the cable sets to the back of the two small speakers along with the speaker feet.
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