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Second Subwoofer for Home cinema

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by Reiner, Oct 15, 2000.

  1. Reiner

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    Hi there, you won't need a second sub but you could run a stereo-RCA cable instead of using a Y-adapter at the subwoofer input (if no mono input provided).
    However, I guess the main idea was to use it for mixed-setups, ie people who like to use subs for music at both fronts to increase bass, but connected via line level.
     
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    Hi Riener,
    thanx for answer.
    Why should I connect active subwoofer via stereo chinch cable? The mono one is good enough.
    I think I;ll get more powerfull and clean bass with two subs.
    More, floorshaking will bi simmetrical, and bass presure more equal...
    I think so,
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    Hi,
    I was wondering what is second subwoofer out for?
    Do I really need second active subwoofer?
    Where will be its position? For what purpose?
    Any comments will be appreciate,
    Thanx,
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    Not saying that two subs aren't any good, but "normal" AV setups require only one.
    Surely you can add a second one (thought about it myself before) but be careful with the placing so the bass doesn't cancel each other out.
     

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