Question about Audio & Video Receivers
Several things could cause this, to make sure the sub woofer is working at all disconnect the cable from the back of the receiver. You should hear some sort of output from the subwoofer when you handle the plug. IF so replace the plud and go into your settings menu (press the A and B button at the same time) and go through the speaker set up. It may be that the receiver has not retained the memory that there is a sub woofer connected.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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