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The subwoofer setting do not show up only stard bass treble and mid

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SOURCE: loss of settings

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Posted on Oct 31, 2007

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SOURCE: i need to put the subwoofer levels in the radio

go to standby mode. then hold your bass boost button in and the menu should pop up. scroll through until you find th aux setting and use your volume control to set it to on. then the option should be back.

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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SOURCE: LPF and Sub Woofer settings missing from menu

I had the same problem and I just worked it out. Its because your pre-out is not switched to 'subwoofer'. It will be on 'rear' instead. Go into the menu when its in standby and change the SWPRE option to subwoofer and then your subwoofer options will be back in the menu !

Posted on Dec 18, 2009

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SOURCE: my subwoofers randomly cut out while driving. in

First and easiest check is wiring, make sure all your connections are tight on all the amp terminals and the speaker terminals. Next, try to see next time the amp cuts out if it feels abnormally hot; it could be cutting in and out on high-temp overload. Also you may look into running a temporary RCA input from your headunit to the amp, a loose connection from your source will cause an issue. Let us know!

Posted on Mar 30, 2010

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SOURCE: my subwoofers randomly cut out while driving. in

First of all, how hard are you running them. And what system, wattage, and amp do you have. If you have a 2 or more channel amp, and you are bridging it. STOP, doing so does add power to the subs, but it also can add power that the subs cannot handle, and an amount of heat the amp cannot handle. So your amp could be over heating... good luck

Posted on Jun 07, 2010

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