Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: down by the river in a van in kalifornia
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I honesty believe with that Infinity sub you would be better off replacing than fixing it. A friend of mine had that sub,
so I've heard it, and wasn't very impressed. I think it sold for $500 back in the day. You can go to your local
electronic repair shop though, and get a quote for a repair. It's pretty a pretty dated sub, but has served
you well for 10 yrs. It is still working, but I would not be surprised if the amp was on it's way out.
Also your setup seems to be fine.