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Connecting 2 Subs to a 3802 - How ?

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by Ademdb, Nov 23, 2002.

  1. Ademdb

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    Hi all, as the subject says - is there a way of connecting 2 subs to a Denon 3802 ? The amp only has 1 sub out so what are the ramifications of using a splitter. I fancy running both my servo 15 and Rel 200E (which is for sale by the way, see the clasifieds) together. Any help or opinions would be most appreciated.

    Adrian
     
  2. Jase

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    Hi

    Just use a Y splitter as you mentioned, should be fine. We´re using one on a 3801 with a pair of subs without problems.
     
  3. Ademdb

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    Spot on. Thanks for the reply - Ill see if the neighbours like it so much :)

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    It might be difficult to integrate two such different subs though. If it doesn't work well you will only have forfeighted the price of the splitter.
     
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    Good point - I think Ill tune the rel in first and then turn the (only !) knob on the Servo up till it kicks in. Ill post how it turns out.
     

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