Question about Yamaha RX-V659 Receiver
The manual does not describe the best way to hook this device up. The manual shows a single jack for the subwoofer. The Paradagim Sub has a left and right input with + and - terminals. Any ideas for an optimal solution would be appreciated.
Just use the left input on the sub. The sub frequency components are generally across both channels, the left and right are to allow for easier integration with systems that have no specific sub output, a low pass filter is applied to the audio, left and right get mixed, and then feed to the subs internal amp. I advise for performance to use line level(low level-NOT speaker) inputs wherever possible. If you have any other questions, I am here to help ya. A "FixYa"rating would help my profile. Thanks.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
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