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HELLOOOOOO HOW CAN CONECT MY SUBWOOFER

MY SUBWOOFER IS INFINITY AND MY RECIEVER IS SONY
BUT SUBWOOFER HAS CONECTTION LIKE SPEAKER HIGHT INPUT AND LOW INPUT AND RECEIVER DO NOT HAVE THAT CONECTION

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Your problem is quite simple. The low input is for feeding a lead straight from the output of your receiver IE sub out and the high input is for connecting the sub directly to your speaker output where the alternative is not possible. Hope this helps

Posted on May 18, 2010

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