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It doesn't have a specific low-frequency or subwoofer output.
Depending on your unnamed subwoofer we may be able to work something out. Any sub should be able to work with a full-range Line Level feed.
If you use a Line Level input you won't have volume control of the sub through the receiver.
That would be available at either Tape Out or Aux Out. Just run an RCA pair (or combined to one male out if that's what the sub amp requires).
Whichever one you use, you won't be able to activate that function for listening as it would remove the input to the sub amp.
If your sub accepts speaker level High Level inputs you could drive it with speaker outputs and yoi WOULD have some volume control, assuming the sub had a way to match its initial volume to your other speakers.
Of course, the manual for your sub might explain some of this, too.
It is based on your sub-woofer type..whether powered or passive sub woofer..
Assume that you have powered one..RCA sub woofer jack is the best to feed it ..you should use RCA sub woofer output on your receiver as well..good luck
if bose unit has built in amplifier .Then your sherwood would have to have a variable RCA output jacks in order to work with sub.Then bose audio input RCA cable would connect there.If bose unit does not have built in amp .Then you would connect sherwood left/right speaker outputs into bose left/right inputs .Then other bose speakers will connect to bose unit