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I use a Mackie 1604vlz board. I have Passive EV Speakers that I use a QSC power amp for. I want to add one Powered Subwoofer to this. How can I hook up without buying a crossover? Can I run out frome the...


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This amplifier has a VERY complex output section with a bunch of parallel transistors and several of those may have failed resulting in low output. Two other things can happen: Use of small gauge speaker cables eats up the available power. Changing or using damaged speakers can draastically change perceived sound levels. Checking the output waveform amplitude and voltage under load is with an oscilloscope the only way to diagnose this problem.

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