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Ozaki DV808 speakers problem?

Hi when I switch my computer on and play some music the bass doesn't come out from the sub I have to turn the bass and the volume up to full for about 5 minutes before the bass comes out.

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I think there s some problem inside the circuit of ur spekaer,,,u gotta take that to a repairer as soon as possible...he might tune up the circuit board

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