Most subs have a high level input,which can be used to tap a feed from the output terminals of an amplifier,and use that as the input for the sub.hi all, very silly question but how would i connect a sub to an all in one - specifically a naim unitiqute? i cant see any ports on the pictures of the unit, and i;m not sure what connections subs use?
It's a high frequency connection you use in this case; the cables connects to the sub and the wires connect to 2 of the negative outputs and one of the positive outputsthanks for the info. basically i'm looking at buying a niam unitiqute with linn katan spakers and a linn sizmik sub, im worried that the unitiqute dosnt support a sub - bass is important to me. when you say tap a feed from output terminals do you mean connect the sub to one of the left/right speaker connections?
i demoed a marantz cr603 yesterday which does seem to have a connector for a sub but was a bit disappointed with it's sound after the rave reviews i have read. not demo'd the niam unit yet but i really like the look of it.