SVS manufactures a wide selection of excellent subwoofers of the highest caliber. As the industry reference for bass, SVS Subwoofers are unique. In addition to blending in perfectly with all speakers, all SVS subwoofers effortlessly produce the lowest frequencies at the loudest output levels while maintaining pin-point accuracy and transient speed. With SVS anchoring the low end, movies, TV shows, and other audio experiences become more convincing, and each audio experience gains additional energy and feeling.
SVS manufactures a range of sealed and ported home subwoofers to suit every room, audio system, and price range. Subwoofers sometimes don’t function properly right out of the box or stop working altogether. Here are a few solutions for when the SVS subwoofer is not performing.
The subwoofer should typically be unplugged for 1 minute, then replugged to reset it. Check the wall outlet to see if it is functioning and if the device is not receiving any power. Try a different pair of RCA cables and unplug and replug the cables if there is no audio.
You can try numerous additional actions, such as performing a factory reset via the SVS app. It’s important to understand that not all SVS subwoofers are compatible with the SVS app. What to do when your SVS subwoofer breaks down is described below with step-by-step instructions.
It can be challenging to arrange the wires properly for a home theater system or dedicated stereo because both have a variety of settings. Your SVS subwoofer won’t even turn on after everything is set up; there is no sound. If your SVS subwoofer isn’t working, follow these instructions.
Please disconnect the power cables from the wall and the subwoofer for a minute, then reconnect them. Next, remove the RCA cables and replug them. If you have extras lying around the house, try different RCA cables. Finally, confirm that everything is appropriately wired by plugging something else into the wall outlet to test whether it is powered.
There are many other ways, but these are generally very specific and helpful. If none of those solutions work, your switch’s fuse may have blown or tripped, needing to be replaced.
If the RCA cables aren’t plugged in, and the SVS subwoofer isn’t configured in the app, it will still turn on. If the subwoofer doesn’t turn on when you press the power button, follow these steps.
Check the Wall Outlet
Check to see if the wall outlet your SVS subwoofer is plugged into is producing power by promoting something else and seeing if it functions. If it isn’t, check the fuses on your home’s circuit board to get the wall outlet working once more.
Unplug and Replug the Power Cable
If the subwoofer gets power from a wall outlet, unplug the power cable and plug it back in. It will reset your SVS subwoofer and remind you to ensure the power cable is plugged in at the back of the subwoofer.
Factory Reset via the SVS App
Many SVS subwoofers are compatible with the SVS app. You can factory reset your SVS subwoofer through the SVS app. Doing so will erase all previously changed settings, including volume and audio levels. If you don’t want to do that, move on to the next step. Sometimes the SVS subwoofer is incompatible with the SVS app; in this case, disregard it and continue.
Contact SVS Support
Get in touch with SVS support, and they will advise you on how to have it repaired or replaced. People have reported that SVS can inform you how to fix yourself; if you are confident to do it yourself, you can go for it. SVS always advises not to attempt repairs yourself in their owner’s manuals.
Owners of SVS subwoofers also frequently experience issues with their equipment failing to enter standby mode after some time or turning off when the power button is depressed.
Generally speaking, the power switch needs to be fixed by a qualified technician. If that isn’t an option, you can contact SVS support, who will give you advice on how to fix it yourself or explain how to have it fixed. If your SVS subwoofer doesn’t enter standby mode, the software may have a problem. In this case, performing a software reset will fix the problem.
If your SVS subwoofer still won’t turn off, try unplugging it and then plugging it back in. If that doesn’t work, try factory resetting it using the SVS app on your phone.
Every SVS subwoofer has top-notch construction materials and technology in the driver, cabinet, and amplifier. After installing an SVS subwoofer, many reviewers say it was the most significant system upgrade ever. The massive, subterranean bass that SVS subwoofers produce is truly an unmatched experience.
1. How are multiple subwoofers connected?
If you want to connect multiple subwoofers, an RCA Y-Adapter will allow you to send two parallel low-frequency audio signals to two different subwoofers. You could also join one receiver output to one subwoofer and the other to the other.
2. What is the lifespan of an SVS subwoofer?
The average person can get more than ten years out of their subwoofer if it is properly maintained and not misused. A subwoofer can last anywhere from 4 to 14 years.
3. Does a subwoofer require a special cable?
A subwoofer requires no special cable; all RCA, LFE, and speaker wire cables are identical. The subwoofer should function as intended as long as the line fits into the audio port.
Maintaining your SVS subwoofer will ensure it lasts very long, even after the 5-year warranty has expired. There are a few things that are very important to make sure to do and avoid doing if you want your SVS subwoofer to last as long as possible.
Keep your SVS subwoofer away from heat sources, and avoid using any SVS-recommended accessories or attachments. Unplug your SVS subwoofer whenever there is a chance of lightning and whenever you won’t use it for a week or more.
Aside from installing it in a location where it is difficult for someone to accidentally step on the cables, which could harm the ports or the wires, other things to remember are to avoid getting it wet and only clean it with a dry cloth. Finally, unplug your SVS subwoofer from the wall and disconnect the power cable for 1 minute before plugging everything back in to ensure the wall outlet provides power. It will reset the subwoofer.