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Minimal sound from the sub, all other speakers working fine

Old sub blows fuses i think its cuz the power went out in the house 1 time, anyway i removed and replaced the sub with a new one but i didnt get much sound. could only hear the sub when my ear was up close to it. even turned up all the way. i thought it was the sub so i returned it and switched it. stil the same tho. how come all the other speakers work fine? i'm goin crazy here. is my yamaha also toast from the power outtage? time for a new one? i hope not. thanks for ur time.

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You should try to increase with remote of your yamaha the sound level for sub.In my Pioneer receiver I can increase level from minus 10 to plus 10 DB

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SOURCE: minimal sound from subwoofer

MAKE SHURE YOU HAVE TOLD THE AMP YOU HAVE A SUB IN THE SET UP MENU UNDER SPEAKER SETTINGS.
IFF YOU ARE USEING SMALL SPEAKERS THEN SET THIS IN THE MENU AND OUT PUT BASS 2 SUB ONLY ,SET XOVER ON AMP IFF U CAN 2 120HTZ, ALSO CHECK THAT YOU HAVE THE SUB CABLE PLUGED INTO SUB OUT ON BACK OF YOUR AMP ,AND NOT THE 6 CHANNEL INPUT.
HOPE THIS HELPS.

CABLE GUY.

Posted on May 20, 2008

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