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Subwoofer stopped working

Hi I was just in touch a moment ago about my r360 subwoofer. I was told as it made a buzzing noise it was my amp gone bad. I just want to clarify that the buzzing noise only lasted a moment afer I plugged the cable in. Does that make a difference?

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    How do I connect my subwoofer that has two rc imputs to a single imput to my onkyo?

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You have a bad connection to the subwoofer.

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