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I have a Dome Focal 5.1 system and a Yamaha RXA 2000 receiver. On setting up the system I get an error SW1 - Detect - out of phase for the subwoofer. The subwoofer has a humming noise.

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The sub has an internal power fault that needs to be repaired there is no easy fix for this


sorry

hope this helps

take care

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

Testimonial: "We took it to the dealer where we brought the Yamaha receiver - he tested it and the subwoofer was ok"

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    sonic boom electronics Dec 29, 2010

    then there must be a feed problem either in the rca cable running to it or the sub outlet on the amp must be damaged and restricting signal to the sub ..

    keep me up to date sounds interesting

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