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Lost remote Is there anyway to set speaker levels and turn on/off the subwoofer without a remote?

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  • amadormarin1 Nov 24, 2008

    I'm also missing the remote and i wanted to know if there was any way to turn the sub woofer mode on and off with out the remote



  • mzzbianca Jan 11, 2009

    lost remote; unable to set subwoofer

  • tmacv Jan 15, 2009

    i also lost my remote; unable to set subwoofer and speakers level

  • mmachado Feb 27, 2009

    same thing...

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Ebay. Model RC-AAR02.

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No, you cannot do these things w/o the remote. Frustrating, to say the least, after my 18 month old tossed it in the trash. . .

I have found a replacement remote that looks absolutely NOTHING like the original, but works EXACTLY like the original.

go to Remotes.com & search for AV D-58

Here is the exact search page.

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Does anyone have a link to get a remote

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I have a wharfedale s21174 and was jst wondering if i can change the base without the remote as i have lost it and the speakers make a slight buzzing sound even without any volume

only if there is a control for it on the back, you can try modifying the equalizer of the source device (mp3 player etc) to create more bass, sometimes they will have a pop or jazz settings which generates more bass, otherwise look for a replacement remote on google
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Hi Bill, I believe the power problem is related to the Remote wire which should be blue or yellow. The remote wire is suppose the turn the Basslink on and off when the radio is turned on and off. The yellow wire is normally used for power antenna. Traditionally the remote wire is blue. You can use a Speaker level adapter and splice in with the L/R rear speaker wires, and the adapter will convert the speaker level to line level. The output of the adapter will go to the Rear speaker input on the basslink., Write back if you need more detail on the adapter.
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I get a red light on the back panel labeled power. No green light. I don't think the PV 600 is working but when I run the channel check through my Pioneer THX receiver I hear sound. Any thoughts?

The PV600 and PV400 have auto-on circuitry that turns the subwoofer on when a signal is presented, and turns off if no signal is detected for 15 minutes.

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Boston-Acoustics-PV600-Subwoofers-manual/id/522dj484/t/2/

Not knowing which Pioneer receiver you have I have dropped in the steps for No Sound from Subwoofer:

• Check that the subwoofer is connected properly, switched on and the volume turned up.

• If your subwoofer has a sleep function, make sure it is switched off.

• Make sure that the Subwoofer setting is YES or PLUS (see Speaker Setting on page xx).

• The crossover frequency may be set too low; try setting it higher to match the characteristics of your other speakers (see Speaker Setting on page xx)

• If there is very little low frequency information in the source material, change your speaker settings to Front: SMALL / Subwoofer: YES , or Front: LARGE / Subwoofer: PLUS (see Speaker Setting on page xx).

• Check that the LFE channel is not set to -80dB , or a very quiet setting (see Bass Peak Level

on page xx).

• Check the speaker level settings (see Channel Level on page xx).

Regarding the Large vs Small assignment of speakers, what they mean isn't so much the physical size but the ability to handle real bass. Large if Yes.

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Power indicator light won't shut off.

Is you remote turn onwire (usually blue) always on? Check voltage with a meter or test light. It's possible that the wire is on all the time.

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For my logitech z-4 speakers, my right speaker works fine but my left speaker has stopped making noise. if you turn it up to maximum you can slightly hear it, but its really quiet. can i fix it?

googled the same exact prob. and found this forum. after reading through the postings to get some ideas, I went back to my speaker set and unplugged the serial port that hooks up to the remote. blew on the connector and plugged it back in and VIOLA! I got sound from the left speaker again! Must be my awesome, smelly breathe that woke up the left speaker....
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Cant find remote and subwoofer is off.

I had the same problem, lost the remote during a move. I ended up using a really cheap GE (general electric) universal remote. It's a blue and silver remote that cost $5 at bestbuy. Programming code for Aiwa is 839. Then, pressing the "enter" button on the universal remote brings up the subwoofer menu, and pressing it repeatedly will scroll through the individual volume controls for the other speakers.

As far as I know, there is no way of accessing this menu without a remote. Aiwa dropped the ball on that one.
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You cannot access the bass settings with the remote. The remote that comes with the DWM-2500 is Sanyo Part #RB-TS760MT
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You need the remote control to turn the subwoofer on and off. There are no controls on the subwoofer. This is the most ridiculous design ever.

Anyway, on the RC-AAR02 remote, press the "Manual Select" in the upper right corner. You'll see "SUBWOOFER OFF" on the display. Then, use the tuner up/down ON THE RECEIVER (not the remote) to turn the sub on. Confounded? Yes.
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Subwoofer VERY weak

According to the KLH manual for the 9906 "6 pack" with the BassBite sub... it says "if your sub is connected via the speaker - level terminals, your reciever must be set for "NO" subwoofer - even though you are using one. VErify proper polarity on your speaker connection wires. (red or gold to +, black or silver to -). Depending on how you have your woofer connected to the reciever, if connected to a reciever without a subwoofer out then set your reciever for LARGE speakers and turn the subwoofer setting "OFF". Failure to do so will result in little to no bass. If you do have a subwoofer out from your reciever adjust your speaker size setting to small or large speakers as appropriate. Set the recievers sub output to ON. Connecting small speakers to a reciever set for LArge speakers can result in damage to small speakers.

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