Multiroom audio, My Room has no Bass

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I have speakers from different rooms connected to an av splitter (which is connected to an av reciever). My room is the only room where the speakers have no bass. I need help on finding out why because it they where working fine a 2 days ago. Maybe it has something to do with the subwoofer.
 

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Make and model of your receiver(as well as the rest of your audio equipment), how they are all connected and if the subwoofer's connections are the same. You may also want to mention the source of your audio output and how it's connected to your audio/video receiver.
 
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My reciever is an onkyo the model is TX-SR304, my av splitter is called HomeTech HTS6, couldnt find a model number but it was made in 1997. unfortunantely i dont know the make and model of the speakers that are in the ceiling and my audio output is a google chromecast audio connected into the tape input on the reciever. The splitter is connected to speakers b on the reciever and the subwoofer is connected into a purple input labeled subwoofer on the reciever i have the high cut on the subwoofer itself at 200 but i have it at 80 on the reciever .all the speakers work fine except for my room. i even tried connecting my room speakers from speaker 2 to speaker 6 on the splitter and the problem persisted.
 
You want to connect the speakers from your room directly to the receiver just to eliminate the Hometech speaker selector as the problem but from your description it seems that you have blown woofers in the speakers in your room. This can happen in an instant or over time. Your options are to replace the entire in ceiling speaker system. get replacement woofers from the manufacturer, or get them rebuilt. Depends on what brand they are, how old they are, and how much they cost.
If there were something wrong elsewhere all the speakers on the HomeTech speaker selector would lack bass.
 
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What type of service shoud I call, to replace or repair the speakers
 
If you are at all handy they are not hard to install yourself.
You remove the grill which by pulling it down. A bend paper clip may make this easier. Under the grill will be four screws that hold clamps against the ceiling. You can remove the screws completely. A powered screw driver makes this easier.
The speaker will tend to fall when you get two of the screws out so hold it in place,
After you remove it you can measure the diameter of the hole and get a replacement speaker that will fit. Many brands to chose from. You might want to upgrade them to better quality speakers since it's your room. You can get them from Best Buy, Costco, all AV custom installers, and audio stores.
If you don't want to deal with it at all call a local AV custom installer and let him fix the problem.
 
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