Hello everybody. I have a Cambridge Soundworks Basscube 10S hooked up to a Sony STR-DE675 receiver. Recently the sub has been cutting out on me. It usually cuts out during a scene with high bass output. I don't know if it is a problem with the sub or just bad settings. This is how I have it set: The sub level on the back of the sub is set between 5-7 out of 10. The crossover (I have no idea what this is) is set at 100 on a scale of 75-140. The level output on the receiver is from a scale of -6 to +6, and I have it set at +4. The LFE setting is set to -10db from a range of -20 to 0. As with the crossover, I don't really know what LFE is. The manual that came with the sub doesn't really go into detail, so I would appreciate any help you guys could throw my way. My first question is, could setting any of these too high cause the sub to cut out, or is there a chance the the problem is with the sub? Secondly, what is a good way to set these levels? One more thing is, I recently moved from an apartment to a house with a bigger listening area. I didn't have these problems at my old place, and since I moved I have been playing my dvd's louder to fill the space, and because I don't have a landlord to piss off now. I have the sub hooked up with one of those standard RCA type sub cables into the mono input on the back of the sub. I watch dvds in dolby digital and dts and have the problem. Sorry this post is so cluttered and thanks for any help.