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The subwoofer has power ,but the player will not function, Have checked connections

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  • doctorz Mar 16, 2008

    I'm having a similar problem. It is on standby (red light is on), but the sub does not always kick on when music is playing. It seems to have to be at a certain volume for it to be triggered, and even then it does not always turn on. If I turn it on and off again while something is playing, it usually stays on, once again unless the volume is too low. Any ideas? It's a great sub and I hate to have to buy another (which would probably cost more than then entire speaker system cost when I bought them...). Thanks in advance.

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