The Subwoofer will not work but all other speakers do!
Well i have all the speakers working except for the subwoofer and i have tried everything possible! The wwireless system is working well but the light on the subwoofer stays red and is supposed to turn green when its working?Please anyone who can help me it would be awesome considering how much i paid lol and the sub makes or breaks the system!
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With everything connected correctly there could be a couple of possible problems:
1. If your receiver has on screen display capabilities, you may need to turn the subwoofer output "on" 2. If your subwoofer has speaker wire inputs/outputs, you could run speaker wire to it, then to your speakers & test if the subwoofer is working... hence verifying that the receiver has a function to turn the subwoofer output on/off 3. The cable between the subwoofer & receiver could be bad. Try another cable.
Make sure the subwoofer is hooked up correctly and powered. Also, be sure to make sure the subwoofer is turned on in the Head Unit's settings which can usually be accessed via a button on the face of the Head Unit.
I have a Sony 46" LCD TV. I have a Direct TV HD converter box, a Sony Blu-Ray BDP-S360 Blu-Ray player, and a Pioneer DVD-Audio player connected to my Pioneer Elite Home Theater receiver. I have my Pioneer DVD-A player connected via Fiber-Optic cable. When i play a DVD or a DVD-A on my Pioneer DVD-A player, all of my speakers work fine, but when i play a dvd on my blu-ray player, all the speakers work except my subwoofer. How can I fix this problem?
The powered subwoofer should be connected to the black subwoofer output near the bottom of the receiver in just about the center. A subwoofer uses line level signals and has its own amplifier, Good chance that you wiped out a channel. Put the wiring back the way it was, and IF the channel was not directly connected to the speaker terminals, MAYBE, JUST MAYBE it will still work.
Chances are slim...