Denon 3500 sub out question.

Special agent

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Hello everyone, I have upgraded my av receiver to a Denon 3500 and I am looking for advice on connecting the sub out cable to a bk xls200 sub as older models have both red and white rca plugs. Anyone know if I should plug into red/right or white/left ? I notice some of the newer subs now have just a single white input.
 

Jase

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Has the red input got (Mono) written above it? If so, plug it into that input.
 

Special agent

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Has the red input got (Mono) written above it? If so, plug it into that input.
Thanks for responding, now I check again they are both white, it it the cable that is red and white. The right rca has mono written below. Picture attached
 

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Jase

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Thanks for responding, now I check again they are both white, it it the cable that is red and white. The right rca has mono written below. Picture attached

The 'Right' RCA Input is the one you should use.

I'm presuming you have a stereo cable if it has both red and white plugs on it? You can either split it (most just pull apart) and use either colour or just leave it as is and use red to red or white to white.
 

Special agent

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Yes, it is a stereo cable, I will fit as suggested. Many thanks.
 

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