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I am utterly lost - I have the NAD T754 - I have now connected a B&W AS1 to Subwoofer 2 outlet and 2 B&W pods to the B speakers - sound in the pods - but NOTHING apart from some static (nothing to do with music as it is also there when no music is playing) - what have I done wrong ? I have not connected the surround yet as the living room is not ready yet but wanted music on B speakers and AS1 in kitchen - HELP !!!!

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You have to get into the NAD's On Screen Display and set it up (SUB ON) to direct bass to the SUB pre-outs.

Pgae 16 and so n.

http://www.sweetwater.com/forums/showthread.php?10128-Tascam-CD-RW5000

http://www.retrevo.com/support/B%26W-AS1-Speakers-manual/id/22258bh730/t/2/

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