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Hello there! I have an 8-10 yr old Bose Accoustimass 10 speaker system connected to an Onkyo TX-DS595 receiver. After moving and setting up my system the Bass Module has almost no base coming out although there is some if you put your ear to it so I assume it is not blown. I have tried setting the Sub to "OFF" with speakers set to "LARGE" and still no more bass. I also tried setting speakers to "SMALL" with sub "ON"..... PLease tell me there is just a simple mistake in my settings. I have all of the speakers working and confirmed that all is wired correctly. Thank you in advance for any help you may provide!!!

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What is your crossover setting set at?
If it is set at 40 HZ, this would explain weak bass; as that Bose system sends ~120HZ down to the sub.

I reccomend checking the crossover setting to 120 or 100; with all speakers to small.

You may need to increase the db setting on your sub as well......

Good Luck.

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