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Connecting a subwoofer to Arcam AVR350

I want to connect a subwoofer to my Arcam AVR 350. I don't see a dedicated terminal on the AVR 350 to connect a subwoofer. How do you do it?

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

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Hi

Think you might have to use composite video out for the OSD menu to appear. Think I heard somewhere S-Video out doesn't work for.

Haven't tried yet on my own, but I will in time :)


Cheers,
Simon

Posted on Jan 30, 2008

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I wonder if anyone can help explain what the likely problem will be with my Arcam AV300 amp. Whilst watching TV for no particular reason an extremely loud (what i can only describe as feedback) sound comes out of my B & W speakers for approximately 3 seconds, then silence as the Arcam switches off, I’m then unable to switch it back on for a period of time, (this varies between 5minutes to a few hours) when it eventually switches back on everything seems to be working perfectly. This has happened quite a number of times although it’s intermittent & occurring every 1 - 6 weeks.

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SOURCE: My receiver doesn't have a dedicated subwoofer

That would depend mostly on your subwoofer. There are some that slave off the front left and right speaker outputs and still pass the amp's power to the Front Speakers. That would be the only way that would ensure volume control.

Otherwise you have to feed a self-powered sub from the Tape Outs but that won't allow volume control from the H-K.

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