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I want to connect mypowered philips subwoofer to my subwoofer connection this subwoofer has a 15 pin female connection i need to rewire this subwoofer can you tell me how to do this?

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  • larrymenands Sep 10, 2009

    i just want the sub woofer to work what colored wires to i need to connect just to make the powered subwoofer to work thanking you in advance for any solution

  • larrymenands Sep 11, 2009

    i have a philips powered sub woofer i want to connect this subwoofer to me awia d57 receiver
    i need to re wire this subwoofer so i can connect it to my receiver.i want to know what wires from the 15 pin female connector do i connect to a two wire male connector. the model of the subwoofer is a philips mcd288 thank you in advance for the solution

  • larrymenands Sep 11, 2009

    THE MODEL NUMBER OF THE SUB-WOOFER IS PHILIPS MCD-288

  • larrymenands Sep 11, 2009

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR TIME

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Im assuming you have AV-D57 5.1 channels receiver which is not compatible with many other sub speaker systems without rigging the system unless it has male rca jack and power woofer. your 5 pins Phillips sub-woofer has 5pin plug is not adaptable to your Aiwa system unless the sub has an rca male jack. In the back of your Aiwa Receiver you will see a rca femal jack for you sub-woofer connection, it should be #10 female jack counting from left to right and printed on the back of your receiver as a SUB WOOFER. In order for your phillips 5pin sub-woofer to work on that channel is that you have to find the right two wires positive and negative from your speaker and wire rca jack using soldering gun to connect rca jack to you phillip sub woofer speakers, next I believe out of that five pin it also has the power supply to your sub woofer which you also have to make a power supply to the sub. You better off getting a correct type of sub to work with your nice unit. If your sub is compatible, than your receiver would also have a 5pin plug in.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, postback the model number of the Philips powered sub woofer.

Goodl ukc and thank you for asking FixYa.

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Red, Yellow wires would be positive voltage
Black,Copper, and Solid green would be negative ground wires
Green brown pink, orange, blue, purple, would be speaker input wires

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Refer the page # 6 of 68 in the Manual of the AV D57 5 1 Channels Receiver for connect it.

Check the link given below to download the Manual:

http://www.fixya.com/search.aspx?cstm=0&_s=AV+D57+5+1+Channels+Receiver+manual


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