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What Is the Blue Input Port on the Back of the AOpen Subwoofer?

What is supposed to go in there? Could that be why my sound isn't working?

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It is a proprietary controller that plugs in to that port. Kind of a wired remote, that controls on/off, subwoofer volume, and speaker volume.

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

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