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HTR-5740 Receiver Subwoofer Problem

I have a Yamaha HTR-5740 Receiver Well it has the subwoofer that comes with it, witch works perfect, But I have other subs that require regular speaker wire, is it possible to hook up these subs to the receiver? Thank You

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  • ChristianLee Jun 26, 2009

    well theres places for speaker out in the receiver but non for subwoofer, and the subwoofer itself dont have outputs on it, just the normal aux cable, is it possible to split one of those aux cables for speaker wire?

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As long as there is a speaker out from the receiver you should be ok just make sure polarity for spkr is right --remember you workng with AC current bad wire will cause fire==

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