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I lost some settings in the volume menu and sub volume

I bought my car with the IDA-x100 installed and subs in the back. Everything was fine until today. this morning everything was alot more quiet than normal, I went in the settings to turn the sub volume up and the loudness on; I turned the subwoofer volume up, but I realized the regular bass volume was gone and so was the loudness. I dont know what happened? It just was all of a sudden this morning.

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Did you blow a fuse, or did you blow out your speakers.

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