Question about Onkyo Audio Players & Recorders
Hello, the TX-DS595 supports a powered sub-woofer, The connection is on the bottom left on the back of the receiver. Thank you, Onkyo USA
Posted on Apr 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Onkyo tx ds595
Yes, the speakerconns can have bananas, you have to remove the little plasticcovers in the middle of the conns...also you can use thick wire with this connectors...
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
I connect my iPod to my Onkyo using a stereo cable with mini-plug on one end and RCA L&R outs on the other. Just plug the RCA plugs into the AUX or TAPE IN on the Onkyo, and the stereo mini plug into the iPod and play as usual.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
If the system uses a remote control, you may need to adjust the subwoofer out signal setting or turn on the sub in a menu, and on many systems, you can only access those settings via a remote control (you should check the onkyo user manual on how to do it).
Now, this is just one suggestion, it may work, but then again, it may not.
These could also be connection problems or some internal trouble in the onkyo sub signal output section or in the subwoofer input section, but hopefuly, it's just a "turn on" or "signal level" setting in a menu.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
SOURCE: can i connect 2 sub
You can hook as many subs as you like since the Onkyo only provides the Pre-Out Line Level to the amp(s) that drive it (them). I run two myself.
Bi-wiring is a personal choice and some swear by it while some of us swear at it in a modern home environment. The premise of bi-wiring is that your amps or crossover networks **** to start with so you have to do all this work-around.
My $.02 is you add complexity, waste speaker wire (which can be expensive if you subscribe to the theory that wire can change the sound other than at the cash register, but don't get me started on that), amplifier resources, and MAYBE you'll think you hear an improvement. Perhaps if you lived in an anechoic labratory you might. I think it's a crock.
If you look at the second diagram you'll notice the fundamental electrical circuitry of the speaker wire is essentially unchanged except you now have twice as much speaker wire. The same amplifier output posts still feed the same speaker input posts. How can this be electrically different?
You'll rarely find anyone who can produce a measured audible difference with any of the snake-oil schemes to get into your wallet. It's always flowery prose and faith.
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
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