Question about Marantz PM7200 2-Channel Amplifier
Your amp has PreOut and Main In RCA connectors on the rear, you could make up an adaptor cable (or buy one) to split the post vol control signal at this point, and then use line level from here to drive the sub.
Most powered subs have a speaker "high level" input, where the sub "sniffs" off signal from your speaker output. When setup like this the speakers and amp connect to the back of the Sub.
Either way, you can do it... Marantz were making nice gear back then... a collectable these days :) Any questions, I am here to help.
Posted on May 07, 2008
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