Question about Peavey XR 1212 Powered Mixer Mixer Powered
Switched mode power supply and class d amps, take to shop that can work on these, it should of had a 5 year warranty.
Posted on Sep 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Generally speaking you should only send low frequencies to subs. The highs, while lower in power than the lows, will over time harm the voice coils. The ideal way to do this is to use an external crossover netween the main output and the amp input with the higher range going to a general set of speakers. Send the lows through the second channel of the amp and then to the subs.
In short, while not recommended, yes you can hook them up in parallel.
Posted on Dec 10, 2010
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