Question about Onkyo TX-DS575 Receiver
.70 WATTS MINIMUM of continuous RMS power to each of the five channels into 8W from 20 Hz to 20 kHz . If this unit wont drive your sub then somethings wrong with it or the subs as I got these specs from the owners manual. Now your aware you will not really hear per say all the bass from your sub but will feel like yuou do. I have had peeps that wanna hear the thump down to your bones but thats the problem you wont unless your drive the subs way way up.Your true norm bass is from your front and rear left and right for the normal hearing range. I hope you understand what im trying to say here. And no there is no modification per say to increase the output and this amp IS NOT made to be bridged. Good luck
Posted on Apr 25, 2006
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