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The sub-woofer will handle a frequency of 40Hz to 170Hz of the sound spectrum, and the satellite will handle 200Hz to 20KHz. There is frequency hollow that is, 170Hz to 200Hz; and it is not quite audible and noticeable to human ear. Gopakumar Gopalan Google
yes you can. these are called "bi wired" speakers which means there's a hook up for the woofer and the tweeter individually. If your amp have just 2 speaker hookups it's no problem to hook the woofer/tweeter wires of each speaker together. If your amp had 4 speaker hookups, you could put the tweeters in 1 and the woofers in the other but it will still work fine with 2 speaker hookups.
If you have audio out jacks from your tv, you would be better served hooking that up to the preamp. If you hook up the blu-ray player separately to both the tv and amp, the audio probably will not sync with the video correctly. The tv takes longer to decode the hdmi input and the audio will be ahead.
Unless it has a hookup for external speakers do not do it---speakers must match inpedance of original speakers, wrong speakers can result in damage to audio circuit of set, cause reduced sound levels etc.
A inexpensive surround sound system might be a option......
The monitor does not have output sound since it is only an input device. You will have to hookup the speakers to your device (laptop, computer, gaming console) that you are connecting to the monitor. The speakers in the monitor are ready to receive a signal so that it can amplify it and let you hear it. If you hookup your speakers to the monitor it is the same as if you were trying to hookup two sets of speakers to each other.
Check the back of your sub to check your voltage range. You will see something like this: 110V-120V or 110V-220V. If you see the later, you are ready to go. If you see 110-120V only, you will need a power converter to power your speakers as well as any other 110-120V equipment. But no matter what, if it is 110-120V DO NOT PLUG DIRECT TO 220V!! It will blow your speakers. (I lived in Germany for 11 years.)