Question about Audio Players & Recorders
My subwoofer Sony shows some voltage on inputs.When I touch input socket the voltage disapears.Subwoofer is working normaly.Now is the question - Can I conect subwoofer with receiver as I have fear that this voltage could damage parts in receiver??
Is the subwoofer a self-powered unit? If yes, it would have a minimal voltage showing on a meter. If the input is a line input, it would not have a problem taking in a line output (not speaker - never!) from your receiver. If the only output you have from your reciever is a speaker out, then purchase an L-Pad type speaker to line matching transformer. You can also take one of the input channels coming from the source and Y out a side to the sub pre receiver, but you then you would need to be able to adjust levels on the subwoofer independently from the receiver.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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