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Old 09-09-00, 05:37 PM
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i just got an audiosource sw5 sub and it sounds great...but do i leave it plugged in? if i do they dials stay lit...and there's no on/off switch...??
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That's up to you. If you don't hear any buzzing from it, you might as well leave it plugged in. Especially if you use your system a lot. But, if you don't use your system a whole lot and the plug is easily accesable, go ahead and unplug it.

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Old 09-09-00, 06:58 PM
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It really depends on how much you use your sub? Pretty much Base Pro summed it up.

Check the manual to see if it has "Auto-on" meaning the sub is turn-on all the time(sleep mode majority of the time)but turns automatically on when it detects LFE signals from your receiver. This is currently my settings on my sub - all I do is pop a disc in and boom .

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Do like me and use a X10 Appliance module to turn off the sub(s) with a remote.

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