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JDCaduceus's Avatar JDCaduceus 03:18 PM Today
This is the rear of my sub. Any thoughts?

thanks
Conrad
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thestewman's Avatar thestewman 03:36 PM Today
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fixed the microphone issue - ran ARC without sub since I can not get the Subs to get a signal (even when entering listening calibration in the setup menu. I have the setup for 1 sub right now - though I have two subs (B&W) both should be getting signals from the processor via RCA on Sub 1 and Sub 2 Output. However, I get nothing. Don't know why. Will post a pic of the sub rear to see if you guys might know what is going on.

Any help is much appreciated.

thanks
Conrad
You should have the output of Anthem Sub1 to line in on the first sub and output of Anthem Sub 2 connected to line in of the second sub
Ensure you have your 12v triggers set up correctly.
The B&W Sub should have a Green Led On if operating correctly.
JDCaduceus's Avatar JDCaduceus 03:56 PM Today
thestewman that is correct. However, I do not have any 12v triggers in this setup. Never needed them before. Do I need 12v triggers to run my subs from the anthem d2v3d?
thestewman's Avatar thestewman 04:07 PM Today
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thestewman that is correct. However, I do not have any 12v triggers in this setup. Never needed them before. Do I need 12v triggers to run my subs from the anthem d2v3d?
Not entirely familiar with the B&W setup.
You do have to make some sort of decision how to turn it on.
Your options are ON, Auto, Standby
If you set it on it will remain on 24/7 until you turn it off
Auto means you need a 12v trigger from the Anthem
Standby it is not On only energized
If it is on you will get a Green Led
JDCaduceus's Avatar JDCaduceus 04:14 PM Today
I left it at on and it has a green light so we should be good
JDCaduceus's Avatar JDCaduceus 06:39 PM Today
But again. Even thought the sub is on (green light) and connections are correct. What am I doing wrong? Is there something I need to do in the setup menu that I am not doing correctly? I currently have the setup for 1 sub in my speaker config. Should I have two subs now that I ran ARC and my speakers are calibrated? Thanks again Conrad.
thestewman's Avatar thestewman 07:33 PM Today
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But again. Even thought the sub is on (green light) and connections are correct. What am I doing wrong? Is there something I need to do in the setup menu that I am not doing correctly? I currently have the setup for 1 sub in my speaker config. Should I have two subs now that I ran ARC and my speakers are calibrated? Thanks again Conrad.
One sub is the correct setting.

First I would take the line going to Sub 1 and plug it into the Anthem output for one of your front speakers then test to ensure the sub is working.
And then the opposite to ensure sound is going to the sub

Open ARC and check the target and make sure you do not have none selected for the sub in the target window

Open Speaker configuration and check your speaker config for Bass Management Music and Movie
to ensure you have 1 sub selected
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