Question about Jamo D 4SUB Subwoofer
Gentlemen; i will be buying the Jamo 650 sub soon, but i am having a wild guess if this will work or match my ONKYO TX906 receiver since it doesn't have an output for Sub. If it is possible, how do i go with the connection? furthermore, is this model worth buying for? thank you and more powers!
The jamo sub is a fine buy but also look at subs from REL as they can hit hard when needed and are great for music.Now on to your amp,look round the back and you should find a socket marked sub pre out,plug a sub or phono lead into this and then into the input on the sub,this could be marked in or line in,turn up the volume or gain on the sub and also make sure you have the sub turned on in the speaker settings in your amp.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
since it is a powered speaker, probably it just needs a sound signal which you can get from the headphone socket. please double check with someone else.
Posted on May 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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