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Only bass coming through speakers

So all of a sudden the sound cuts out of my speakers, only the bass is audible through my subs. radio and cd, what could it be???

head unit: JVC Arsenal KD-AR3000

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  • Tygh Duval
    Tygh Duval May 11, 2010


    1. How is your system set up?

    2. Have you checked all the wiring connections, especially the preamps?

    3. Do you have multiple amps?

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    bass not coming through my sub woofers

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When you get time, I'd still check some of the preamp connections. But I'm glad to hear you're back in business!

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Nevermind, the unit fixed itself... i dont know what happend...

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