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New subwoofer isnt being detected

So I just got my new SVS subwoofer to replace my JBL 10 inch but for some reason, Im getting no signal to it. I legit just unplugged my other one and plugged this one in. My speakers are set to small, I'm plugged into LFE, I've tried rerunning calibration and setup but still, no signal is being sent to my new SVS sub. The light is blue on my sub so I am getting power. I have a Denon 4300 receiver and I am not really sure what to do. 

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Those look nice.

Volume turned up on sub? 9_9

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23 minutes ago, Profoundsoup said:

So I just got my new SVS subwoofer to replace my JBL 10 inch but for some reason, Im getting no signal to it. I legit just unplugged my other one and plugged this one in. My speakers are set to small, I'm plugged into LFE, I've tried rerunning calibration and setup but still, no signal is being sent to my new SVS sub. The light is blue on my sub so I am getting power. I have a Denon 4300 receiver and I am not really sure what to do. 

Which SVS sub is this 1000/2000/12plus/13/16ultra?

 

Did you check the crossover on the sub?

 

The wires going to the driver itself maybe disconnected. That does happen sometimes.

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What the other two guys said are definitely the place to start... crank up the volume and make sure the cross over is set all the way up. Your receiver will take care of the low frequency crossover. Setting the sub's dial any lower usually complicates the configuration and unnecessary. But that's probably not the issue here...

 

Try a different receiver?

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