Question about Yamaha Rx-v565 Receiver
Well first yes this is normal for the subwoofer to not always be pounding bass. There are times when there is no bass or it is all treble. If you are watching tv and say a action scene is happening and it goes in and out then Its most likely a either the amp that is powering the woofer is blow or the woofer is blown. Also it could be loost connections inside the woofer. But that doesnt sound to be the case as youd have to wiggle/jiggle the cables to get them to go back in play. Thanks, MIDwest-tek
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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