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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem and it turned out that the directions are very unclear. You need to not only press the ID/SET button on the wireless system, but also on the wireless subwoofer itself. That solved my problem.
Posted on Oct 04, 2007
sir,,i think there is something wrong with the connections or the cross over,,,kindly check it out or mjaybe the cone of ur speaker is damage,,,hope too help you thnkss??
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
SOURCE: Always turns to standby
Hi, I was able to take care of this issue by talking to Onkyo tech support. They diagnosed over the phone and concluded that the receiver set the volume for the sub way too low (-12), therefore sub was not receiving the input and was doing what it was supposed to be doing. They walked me through manually increasing the volume and now everything works great. Good luck! I hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 13, 2008
SOURCE: subwoofer goes to sleep
The receiver automatic speaker set-up set the sub volume at -12 and since it was not getting any signals from the receiver it was doing what it is supposed to be doing (going to the standby mode). This was troubleshooted by Onkyo tech support on a Sunday. All the best about Onkyo customer support.
Posted on Apr 13, 2008
SOURCE: Wharfdale PC 10 subwoofer
Some basic trouble shooting is required here. First you need to see if it is a problem from your source or the sub. Try a different source to the sub-woofer and see if it changes the response. If still nothing on the sub, then most likely there is an issue with the amp or driver. Check to see if there is a fuse on the sub, if so, it could be blown. There could also be an issue with the auto switching circuit on the subs amp, in that case, it would need to be repaired in the shop. But before that I would check all of the connections to the sub, and also to the driver in the cabinet. If everything looks good, then put some type of source directly to the woofer to see if it works, if you get sound, then looks like the amp has a problem. Again a repair or replace issue.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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