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Subwoofer heard when only B speakers selected

I have my B speakers hooked up in my basement to listen to music (L/R stereo only) but when I have only the B speakers selected and put the stereo mode on, sound still comes out of the subwoofer (which is upstairs). Can anyone tell me how I can have ONLY my L/R B speakers active without having to unplug my subwoofer?

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  • Anonymous Apr 19, 2007

    That\'s what I do, I turn off the A speakers and turn on the B speakers. Only the red LED next to the B speakers is on, but the subwoofer is still on.

  • Anonymous Apr 21, 2007

    Anyone else?

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This is really weird. Normally, the subwoofer must be turned off when you turn on B speakers. But, hold on.. I have recently tried to do the same thing as you do, and the result is the same as yours. The problem is that you have to turn off A speakers completely when you activate Bs. If you have an A/B Speakers switch, first push the A to turn them off, after that press "B" to listen to music downstairs. I hope it works.

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