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Problem with speakers

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by Neol, Mar 28, 2002.

  1. Neol

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    Denon AVR3802
    B&W DM602S3 (front)
    B&W DM601S3 (rear)
    Mission M7C1 (centre)

    I have a sub, satellite speaker system from a computer. According to the back of the sub it has a digital input and the plug looks like a coax. How do i connect this system to the amp while having the other speakers i have on at the same time.
     
  2. rob_w

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    i`m assuming you only have a 5.1 digital input for the sub/sat speakers, and that you only want to use the sub from that package.

    i reckon you can either ditch your denon and just replace the sat speakers with the b+w`s (a waste of time)

    or you can try and split the digital from the pc out(or dvd out) into sub only, and denon

    i dont reckon the sound quality of the sub will blend in properly though - has it got x-over adjustment on it/volume etc?

    does it go deep enough? down to 20/25hz ? does it have enough volume to match the b+w`s (ive got 602 fronts 601 rears and they are bl**dy loud!)

    best bet to sell sub/sat and buy 2nd hand sub imo :)

    cheers robwells
     

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