Question about Onkyo Audio Players & Recorders
The little clip pulls up and then you can remove the cable. Be careful as they can break. You may also like to note that there is usually a reason why a fuse goes, and this could either be that you touched the speaker wires together, your speaker is faulty, or the output transistors have blown on that channel.
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1.Press the [AMP] button on the remote and then press [SETUP] button.
2. Use the Up and Down arrow buttons to select "1. SP Config," and then press the [ENTER] button.
3. use up and down arrow to select subwoofer setting.
3. While the subwoofer setting is selected, use the Left and Right arrow buttons to select Yes .
you will surly get the audio from the subwoofer.
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