Mixing Subs

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by Steve Amos, Oct 23, 2003.

  1. Steve Amos

    Steve Amos
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    I've recently upgraded my system from Tannoy MX series speakers to 5 KEF Eggs, KEF Q9c centre and a KEF sub (basically the 2005.2 with the Q9c as the centre and original centre at the back to give 6.1).

    I have found a buyer for the main and surround speakers but I'm left with a Tannoy MX sub 10 subwoofer.

    Is it worth trying to integrate the Tannoy sub with my new system? Or is not worth bothering?

    It's only a couple cables I need to buy to try it, but if it's not worth trying it's still money wasted.
     
  2. Garbage_Guy

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    Can't u just use an ordinary phono lead to hook up the sub (as a temp) just to try? This will give you some idea as to how it may sound. Then spend more money if ur gonna keep it :)
     
  3. Steve Amos

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    I don't have a Y splitter cable or a long enough phono cable (don't want them next to each other).

    I guess I'll just have to buy the cables and give it a go.

    Thanks
     

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