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Would it be possible to attach various speakers/subs.

On my SC-AK320 Shelf System I want more bass in my music. Would it be possible in any way to attach different speakers on to the system, or use the auxiliary outlet to connect a subwoofer so the music would simultaneously go through the original speakers and the sub?

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I suggest that you can connect a subwoofer through a Pionner's like power amp and adjust it only with lowpass filter... you need a battery and a charger. and that's it.

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