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Is denon 1356 with active bass. and i want to know the difference between active bass and passive bass.

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Hi....

A passive bass is a box with a sub-woofer in it.
An active bass is a box like that with an amplifier built in.

Hope that helps.

Check the Denon site too

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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