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Bose Cinemate Subwoofer Output

Hi, I just set-up the system. I am pleased with the clarity of the satellites. However, the subwoofer output is anemic at best. I would appreciate any ideas. Thanks.

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Hi.

have you try to increase the output of the amplifier to the subwoofer??

did u select satellites as small option?? otherwise the sub will sound to low!!

and remember to have the more of the subwoofer, the place is vital!!

Good Luck!!

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