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Sherwood RVD-6095rds Subwoofer help needed

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by Will18, Feb 1, 2004.

  1. Will18

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    Hi, I recently bought the Sherwood rvd6095 AV Receiver from Richer sounds which came with no manual or remote and me and my mate have been trying the past few days to get my subwoofer to work with no luck.

    Do we need to press a button or somin on on the amp?

    Any help would be great thanks

    Will
     
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    Assuming that the RVD-6095 is similar to RVD-6090, you should download the RVD-6090 manual from the Etronics web site, and read the speaker adjustment sections on pages 15 and 16. The URL for this site is: http://www.etronics.co.kr/english/index.html . When you get to that page, press the "download" button toward the top right, which will take you to an index of Sherwood Operations Manuals in PDF format. The RVD-6090 is on page 5.
     
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    Thanks for that, got it working but now thats working another problem has arisen, I am getting no sound from my rear left speaker. :mad:

    Any ideas how to fix this? I have tried everything
     
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    Have you tried swapping the rear channel speakers to be sure the problem is not a speaker problem? Also, be sure that there are no shorts in the wires at either end (it's important to check the connections at the speaker itself to verify that the plus and minus leads are not in contact with each other). Sometimes small strands of wire you may not notice at first can create this problem. Good luck!
     

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