How do you know if your subwoofer is blown?
Test the sound at a low volume to listen for whether your sub has been blown. If it is distorted, you have a partially blown subwoofer, and if there is no sound at all, it is completely blown. If the subwoofer is receiving its signal via a cable, then check the cable before rushing to conclusions.
How do you fix a subwoofer that stopped working?
Solutions for Your Car Subwoofer
- Check the Speaker Wires. You must start with the sub’s wiring that connects it to the speakers, amps and receivers.
- Check the Fuse and Outlets. Every good subwoofer has an LED for standby mode.
- Check the System and Its Settings.
- Reset the Volume and Switch on the Sub.
How do I reset my subwoofer?
Press and hold the Power button while pressing the Input button and the VOL- button (at the same time). When RESET appears on the front panel display, release the buttons. Unplug the power cord for 30 seconds. Plug in the power cord and turn on the soundbar.
Why does my amp power on but no sound?
Some people think that no sound from subs is due to the faulty or blown amp, but it’s not true and can be caused by various other reasons ranging from bad RCA cables to amp’s gain mismatch.