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Connecting my subwoofer

I am trying to connect my subwoofer and want to make sure i do it right.

i have a signet sp100/11 my reciever has a single subwoofer connection but the sub has a low voltage a v right and left? what side do i go to, or do i get a splitter?.
it also has high voltage speaker wire in and out for the fronts do i do both or just the 1 any help would be great.

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Re: connecting my subwoofer

Got manual on speaker?the reason y some subs have left and rt. is bcause some equipment dont have sub output channel.most sub left channel is usuallly dedicate toe the lfe,which is for the sub output.try it with a splitter and single see if you lose so bass drops when in single,if so then go double .but i think its the left wont damage anything by conecting a splitter,tet in low volumes ,.but try to get the manual from company or contact them atleast.

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