Originally Posted by dooskle
forgot to mention, i did fix my RCA connection. I am now using the Y connectors in the proper arrangement. The only time the LFE light is on, on the receiver, is when the PS3 game plays. So basically, if the LFE light is on, the sub doesn't work. It works fine for all other modes (inputs), just not the games. Can't figure out how to get the LFE light off...
You cannot or even want to turn off the LFE light. That shows whether there is a dedicated .1 or LFE channel in the source that is currently being played. The music you play and the PS3 menus are most likely stereo sources, which mean they do not have a dedicated LFE track. So the LFE light is off. The games you are playing are Dolby Digital so are probably 5.1 mixes, which means they do have a LFE track. So the LFE light is on. I am guessing the problem now is the receiver is configured differently for different formats. While a game is playing, verify the "pattern" setting is set correctly. (3/2.1 for a standard 5.1 speaker setup) Also verify all your speakers are set to small and post here what each crossover is set to.
Did you run the auto calibration or manually calibrate?