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Sub Control I have two subwoofers in my trunk that are successfully wired to an amp and kenwood deck in my car, everything works fine. However I cannot find the option where you get to adjust the subwoofer control, the range of options is between -15 and +15.  Any solutions would be greatly appreciated.

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  • scrypta Nov 06, 2008

    I Have De Same probleme but i dont find it in the menu i cant chande rear to sib and it's a big trouble becance my amp. clip and my speaker too it's a very bad and i try a lot of solution but everything dos'nt work



    P.s Sorry if my english is not very good i'm a french :

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To turn on the subwoofers you first need to be using the subwoofer pre-outs. Go into the Tuner and move the right Control Knob directionally down (without pressing in) and hold it there for a couple seconds.

Also make sure that the unit is not in Dual Zone. To check this setting:
• Press and hold the left AUD knob.
• Turn the AUD knob to "2 Zone". Tap the AUD knob in like a button to select.
• Turn the knob to "Off".
• Press and hold the AUD knob to exit.


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    vincitorimom Jun 27, 2012

    To turn on the subwoofers you first need to be using the subwoofer pre-outs. Go into the Tuner and move the right Control Knob directionally down (without pressing in) and hold it there for a couple seconds.

    Also make sure that the unit is not in Dual Zone. To check this setting:
    • Press and hold the left AUD knob.
    • Turn the AUD knob to "2 Zone". Tap the AUD knob in like a button to select.
    • Turn the knob to "Off".
    • Press and hold the AUD knob to exit.


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In standby hold menu down and scroll to rear and change it to sub

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