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I have a JRX118sp powered 18" Sub and I am not getting nearly the bass response from it that I want. I am running off of my Aux 1 with a Mono 1/4" cable. Should I use Dual XLR to run the sub. Will the extra signal help. Or should I run a stereo 1/4" plug. I am running it all with a non-powered 8 channel soundcraft mixer.

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If your runnig mono depending on the setup you could be canceling out your signal strengh running mono i would try stero and run dual cords to it

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