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Connecting a PASSIVE subwoofer to the denon AVR-1507

Hi I just bought the new receiver, the problem is that this receiver does only have an ACTIVE subwoofer output. I've don't want to use the solution of connecting the sub through the A connector (on the way to the main speekers). can I configure the bass to the B connectors & connect the sub to it (while the main speekers still connected to the A connector) ? if so, how do I configure the reciever ? thanks sagy

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    There is no output at all. I have printed the manual and everything is hooked up according to the book. It used to work, but was on 7 Ch. All I did was move to a new apartment

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Yes on B Connect Left+ Right+ Equals Mono And Turn on B Side with A

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