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Both channels of receiver have lost all bass. Loudness control has no effect whatsoever. All inputs affected and rest of receiver functions are ok.

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  • Brad Brown Aug 04, 2010

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Are you sure there IS bass? Or did you blow both woofers? Try headphones. Without a model number and more details (including the speakers) we can't do much more than guess.

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