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My kids put toys inside the sub woofer cant reach it
Subwoofers are primarily designed as sealed cabinets but it often is possible to gain access inside by removing the speaker. I once had to extract a baby bottle that some child (or adult) shoved into the port.
Posted on Nov 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, are you using the subwoofer output on the receiver?
Did you turn the subwoofer on within the receivers onscreen setup?
this requires going into the menu selecting speaker setup and telling the receiver that you do have a subwoofer connected.
if you have done all this I would try to fist make sure the sub is working. easiest way is to plug a source directly into the rca inputs of the sub and see if it powers up. A CD player or even an ipod with the right connector will work.
if the sub powers on and produces sound then the issue is in the receiver and you will have to play with the setup. Its possible that the output jack is bad, I've had that happen when I pulled on an RCA cable and pulled out the socket but that's rare.
Is the subwoofer set to turn on automaticly when a signal is sensed?
does it have a switch to select high or low level inputs (speaker jacks or RCA connections on the back)
hope that helps
remember start by making sure the sub works then figure out why the receiver isn't sending a signal.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
Testimonial: "ran the tests i am not gettng power from the amp ihave polk swa500 any test i can run on it it has the sw100 apex card in it???"
SOURCE: I have a new LG
Yes, there is no problem here. Just make sure the load ratings for the speakers are not below the ohmage allowed by the LG system (4-8 ohms is standard). Your LG system will control the upper limit of filtered input to the sub. The sub may further filter the input with it's crossover, but it doesn't care that the mid and high inputs are absent. (The reason the sub input is marked as unfiltered is to let you know that it can take the full frequency range--not because it needs it) You are getting mid and high or possibly full frequency range to the accoustamass speakers. You should be able to filter the low end out using the LG controls to avoid overdriving the Bose speakers on the low end. Please let me know if you have more questions.
Posted on Nov 26, 2010
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