Question about Mordaunt Short 309W Subwoofer
Check that the connection to both the amp and sub are in place and that the wire is not comprimised. Otherwise, have you changed the settings on your amp lately? It could simply be a matter of adjusting settings. If in doubt, start from the start and treat it as a piece of new equipment - set it up from the beginning and follow all steps from the manual.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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