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Connecting Two Subs to Denon amp?

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by Dom Rice, Jun 7, 2002.

  1. Dom Rice

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    How is this done when there appears to be only one subwoofer output? The manual also only shows one sub being connected.

    I've searched the archives but have failed to fine the answer.
     
  2. Ian J

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    A single cable with one phono at one end and two at the other or a "T" or "Y" piece will do it for you.

    It has been discussed before and many people have two subs connected to one sub outlet.
     
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    As an LFE connection you just use a phono splitter/Y-lead of some kind, each sub will drop about 3db but you just adjust via the amp accordingly.

    If you're using a pair of RELs you can just use the existing speaker outlets for as many subs as you have speakers. Seven RELs anyone ?

    Mike.
     
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    Thanks, thought it might be something really simple. As for having 7 rel's I think that would be pushing my luck with the bank manager and girlfriend.
     

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