Question about Onkyo TX-SR505 Receiver
If the output seems low or it IS low, there can be several reasons for that. Have you verified with low frequency material or with a test tone that the driver is moving? One reason to watch it is because if the subwoofer is not properly placed, you will have cancellation of certain frequencies depending on the room it's in and you won't hear them.
Second, is the output level of the sub set on the device that it is connected to and matched in level to your other speakers?
Be aware however that many brands, even those that have extremely exotic and expensive loudspeakers, often make mediocre subwoofers in their product line.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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