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LPF and Sub Woofer settings missing from menu

I had an issue with starting my Tahoe this morning. I put it on a trickle charger, and after ten minutes started it. I went to reset my stations and adjusting the bass, mid, and treble and noticed the low pass filter, and subwoofer settings are now gone off the menu. The Highpass filter was still on the menu. My Subs still work, my head unit still operates normally except for it's missing theses to options. Any ideas?

Thanks in advance-

~Brian

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I had the same problem and I just worked it out. Its because your pre-out is not switched to 'subwoofer'. It will be on 'rear' instead. Go into the menu when its in standby and change the SWPRE option to subwoofer and then your subwoofer options will be back in the menu !

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