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What kind of fuse do I need for Acoustic Research AR HC6 Sub

I pought a used AR sub and there is no fuse. Just the hole to put the fuse in. What type do I need? Just the regular glass tube ones?

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do not use those speakers with that amp, those are 4 ohm speakers, which could damage your 8 ohm yamaha amp. you will have to get a 4 ohm capable amp to run the highs, and another 4 ohm amp to run the subs.

car amplifiers are currently 4 ohm, or even 2/1 ohm stable, but few, if any modern receivers can run at anything lower than 8 ohms without a danger of overheating. you may have to get a vintage amp(s), like a 1970's marantz receiver, or a 1980's to early 1990's kenwood power amp, because 4 ohm home amps are pretty scarce nowadays.

whatever amp(s)( you get, verify that they are DEFINITELY 4 ohm stable.

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SOURCE: Acoustic Research AR-1 Qusetion- LFE Input and Output functions??

using the LFE input will give you cleaner less distorted bass. You must have a sub out on your receiver or pre-amp. it will give you greater control over the bass output of your system. If you only have one sub-out on your receiver simpley run a 10ft rca from the sub-out of reciever to the rca input of either speaker than use the rca out of 1st speaker to the rca input of second speaker. check to see if you have control of the level of your sub-out on your reciever. adjust the 30hz boost on rear of speakers. now you will have bass that most people only dream of having.

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Makes a loud humming noise when plugged in, even when it is not conncted t the AVR


Humming noise could be an indicator of bad capacitors in the amplifier. You can take the amp out, pull the cover off, and look at the capacitors. If they appear to be swollen at the top, with some brown ooze coming out of them, then they need to be replaced. You can actually do this yourself from radio shack parts, just get the proper sized voltage and uf capacitors, desolder the old ones, and solder the new ones back in.

I have to do this every 5 years, or so, to my old MTX home sub amp.

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Just got two AR 312 HO speakers from my brother. I have a Yamaha HTR 6250. The speakers have (2) sets of cable hook up. One I assume is for built in sub woofers? Do I hook one normal and one to the sub...


do not use those speakers with that amp, those are 4 ohm speakers, which could damage your 8 ohm yamaha amp. you will have to get a 4 ohm capable amp to run the highs, and another 4 ohm amp to run the subs.

car amplifiers are currently 4 ohm, or even 2/1 ohm stable, but few, if any modern receivers can run at anything lower than 8 ohms without a danger of overheating. you may have to get a vintage amp(s), like a 1970's marantz receiver, or a 1980's to early 1990's kenwood power amp, because 4 ohm home amps are pretty scarce nowadays.

whatever amp(s)( you get, verify that they are DEFINITELY 4 ohm stable.

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Acoustic Research AR-1 Qusetion- LFE Input and Output functions??


using the LFE input will give you cleaner less distorted bass. You must have a sub out on your receiver or pre-amp. it will give you greater control over the bass output of your system. If you only have one sub-out on your receiver simpley run a 10ft rca from the sub-out of reciever to the rca input of either speaker than use the rca out of 1st speaker to the rca input of second speaker. check to see if you have control of the level of your sub-out on your reciever. adjust the 30hz boost on rear of speakers. now you will have bass that most people only dream of having.

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Well I also have a S112PS AR Sub Woofer Problem...


Are you sure it is receiving an audio signal to make it wake up? You don't mention what's upstream in the audio chain.

To eliminate mis-settings or lack of sub-related signal upstream, plug an RCA cable from a CD player directly into it and start a CD that fades in slowly because you won't have any way to lower the volume except to pause the CD. If the sub works you'll hear a muffled version of the program.

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Hello, the auto on on my acoustic research pr1212 doesn't work anymore. The unit just stays on all the time. It used to sense the signal just fine, but now it just stays on and I have to manually turn it...


Are you certain it isn't sensing a signal all the time? Disconnect its inputs first to prove it.

If you feel compelled to monkey with it, I'd start with the state of the Auto switch. It might be asserting "ON" instead of "Auto"

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How do I connect my AR subwoofer to the tuner?


If your tuner has a sub out you use that together with a single rca cable for the signel

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S112ps ar speaker need new one


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Well, as I know, your Cerwin Vega subwoofer is designed for use with stereo systems. Therefore, it has only 2 channels for input, and 2 channels for output as well. However, you can try this out; the first thing I suggest is that you hook up your main front channels through the subwoofer. All you have to do is to connect the subwoofer input to the front channel output on the amp, then hook up your front speakers to the satellite output on the subwoofer. As long as you make sure that system is working on 8 ohms, I believe this can activate the subwoofer.

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