make sure the cross over on sub woofer is turn to off position if your sub have a switch. next,turn your sub woofer volume knob to 9 or 10 o clock position.
Next start some test tons from a test disk or the one in your receiver. and adjust the sub woofer on the receiver until the the meter reads 75 db. make sure your speakers are set to small,that will send all the bass to the sub. and adjust your cross over on your receiver to 80 90 or 100 hz.try them all see what you like.
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