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Sub doesn't work

After formatting my PC the subwoofer has never worked. I've tried the audio settings on the PC,the connections, the cable to the PC and I've even tried to see if the problem could be solved by connecting the speakers to an MP3 player (I thought perhaps the computer had problems!). NOTHING!!!! Please help!!

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  • grstoppoloni Feb 25, 2009

    I've tried it all already! I think it's a sub problem..... That really sucks! If you have any other idea that'd be great!!! Thanks.....I'm from Italy

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Try to check audio cable.. or the speaker wire.. if dosnt get ok.. anyway wer u from?

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    ronan cainglet Apr 05, 2009

    i have an idea ... if you know how to dis assemble the sub.. just replace the sub speaker.. maybe your sub spkr burned out.... 

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