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Subwoofer and connections

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by jenic, Mar 30, 2005.

  1. jenic

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    I have a panasonic scht520 home cinema, i want to upgrade the subwoofer but it isn't that straight forward. The power and all 5 speakers connect to the sub and the sub then connects to the amp through a very thick cable! There is no other power supply for the amp either. Is there anyway i can get a different sub connected to this system?
     
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    anyone?
     
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    I could be, and am probably wrong, but dont most of these all in one systems incrporate the amp into the sub, what you call the amp, may in fact be nothing more than a DVD player, with outputs.

    The fact that the speaker terminal connections are on the sub suggests this, i myself have a pioneer nsdv88, where the satelites connect into the back of the sub, and i know for sure that this is where my amp is,

    so in short, i dont think its possible to swap your sub as this is essentially the 'guts' of your system.
     
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    I also thought that the sub might be the amp but then discarded this idea because if the sub was the amp it would connect to the dvd player via a normal digital cable and not this huge cable with many pins.
     

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