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Installation instructions? i bought an sw 15 used.. and i'm kind of lost when it comes to home audio.. not sure how to hook it up.. there's alot going on back there...do i run my wires from stereo to hi level in on sub then from hi level out to speakers? then there's the zero/180 switch and the the crossover frequency selector.. i'm sure this is all covered in the idiot pages in the front of manual but i don't have one of those:)

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Here is the manual. All pretty straight forward when written and in pictures.

http://developer.audiosource.net/wp-content/uploads/SW-Fifteen-1999.pdf

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SOURCE: hook up lower level input

The speaker level connectors on the sub are for use when you DON'T have an AV receiver-style subwoofer output. They only pass-through from YOUR amp to other speakers. You should NOT use both Line level and Speaker Level input to the sub.

What is your electronics? Have you looked at the manuals?

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