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I have a HTR-5640 and my sub will switch on but I don't get any base out of it no sound! Even when I do the speaker test. Is this a setting or is there a problem?

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Several settings, like Subwoofer YES.


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What sub? Is it NEW to this scenario? Have you looked at ITS manual?

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