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Sub woofer got weak

My sub woofer got weak shortly after I bought them. When I first bought them the bass would shake my house half way up, now I can't even feel it until it is all the way up but that is way too loud.

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If there is an adjustment, turn up the subwoofer volume. After you started shaking the house somebody may have adjusted it for you.
Check your computer control panels volume too, cause they may have a subwoofer volume there too.
If there is an equalizer (software) then make sure the low frequencies are set properly (middle or above). Check for this in your computer audio control panels.

If there is no adjustment anywhere, take it back, 'cause it is busted. If it is too late to take it back, sent it to logitech for repair under warranty. If it is too late for that, go buy a new one.
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Posted on Feb 07, 2010

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