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I am attempting to reconnect my home stereo but do not see a cord or wire to connect the bass to the system. is there supposed to be a connective cord for the bass speaker? it is a 530 watt MHCGX99 model number. thanks

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Hi from one Lakers fan to another 8^) - Yes you do. You need a cable to plug into the
sub-woofer out port on the receiver to the connection on your sub-woofer.


If you can't find the original cable, get a short (three ft.) standard stereo cable (one that has two cables, a white and red). Just plug one of the cables (the red or the white but it has to be the same color on both connections) into the receiver and the sub-woofer.


You'll be ready to pump up the bass.


Enjoy and thank you for using Fix Ya


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Posted on Mar 12, 2011

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