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Sorry I wasnt sure were to put this, but here it goes...

I have a sony 12' powered sume for my home theatre. It really has been a good on, but for the last few months, its been cutting out at times. I'll be playing music then its like the amp kicks off even at low volume levels. It may come back on after a few minutes, but again will shut off in a few minutes. The bass is great when it does play. I took the amp apart the otherday to see if the fuse was ok, it looked fine, but I really had no idea what to look for other than that. I'm really not wanting to buy another subwoofer if this could be a simple fix. btw, bothe bass knobs are half way

So any help with this thing would be appreciated. Also if someone would want to reccomend a good sub for under 200, please chime in. I mainly listen to music, but like good sounding movie effects too.

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Re: Powered subwoofer help

May seem like a dumb question, but I've seen it happen countless times, (including to myself) and it's best to check the easiest things first; have your double checked all wires that connect to it, and/or anything leading up to it? Sometimes a loose (or bad) wire can cause that.

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Re: Powered subwoofer help

I've double checked that, and actually tried it on another receiver. I really feel like it may be a switch, like the one responsible for it auto sensing the signal. It acts just like it loses signal.

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