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Wired my Jamo Sub650 from a pioneer VSX1017TXV reciever using the subwoofer line out to the "LFE" on the subwoofer and get no sound. Used the Jamo supplied line cable. Any Suggestions?

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You have to configure the VSX to provide LFE to the sub. Look in the manual.

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