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SONY STR-DG510 Sub woofer does not work

I just bought a Sony STR-DG510 but the sub woofer that I hooked up to it will not work at all. Do I need a powered sub. I hate to have spent all this money and not have it work.

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You will need a powered sub because your receiver does not amplify in the sub output.

Posted on Jan 21, 2008

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