Question about Yamaha HTR-5740 Receiver
I have a HTR-5740 yamaha receiver, it has the subwoofer where you have to have RCA cable for it to work, but I have multiple different subwoofers, that have speaker wire and not RCA cable, is there any possible way of splitting a RCA cable to the speaker wire, or hooking it into the yamaha receiver? thank you
You can use a hi-level to low-level adapter. Just remember, the Yamaha does not send power (wattage) to the sub, just signal. You need to use a subwoofer that has an amplifier either externally or built in.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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