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My sub sounds a bit dodgy

Hii...i got a sub off my cuz and i dont no wether itz blow or not i connected it to my surrouns sound system ay home to see if it works but it sounded really bad as if sumthings restriciting it from vibrateing...and btw my surround sound delivers 300watt wen itz a 700watt sub if tht makes a diffrence:/....Please help me sum1 i would be ever soo greatful=]

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  • xXDINIXx Jun 12, 2008

    Right there are 4 inputs for my sub 2 on left to on right

    i think half of my sub is fried if that is possible becoz wen i connected 1 side it works and then wen i connect other thers nothing.....can this be the problem and if soo canit be fixed:/...?


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Ive plugged 2 600w subs into my rca surround sound in my house and it worked, so it shouldnt be that.

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