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I have an Aspire Digital Subwoofer / Amp with no Remote

I have an Aspire Digital Subwoofer / Amp with only an On / Off switch, 5 smaller speakers, and no other way to bring it out of standby mode.

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There is a web site called remotes.com that has a replacement remote for $35. http://www.remotes.com/remotes/servlet/rs?a=gmi&smodel=AD1501PSC&brand_pn=ASPIRE_DIGITAL_AD1501PSC&uuid=13715232168520

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SOURCE: Which is the best way to hook up a Subwoofer?

Last two questions first - YES, use an RCA splitter to share sub line level out between two subs and use one at the subwoofer end to share that line with both inputs on the sub.

Either attachment scheme you describe would work.

Not being a big fan of conversion/deconversion for no real purpose, I would avoid stepping the high-level input down to line level for use by the sub's internal amp, run RCA to the sub(s) and keep them physically and electrically independent of anything else unless cable routing is facilitated somehow by daisy-chaining other speakers from the sub(s).

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