Question about Kenwood SW36HT Subwoofer
Usually subs have outputs 4 ur monitors however if ur sub is active @ ur monitors are passive then you need 2 connect sub 2 ur tape loop with rca connections,usually you use the send signal from ur reciever which would norm connect to ur tape input , if the sub is passive then u connect direct to speaker output on amp then monitors to the sat connections on sub
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
This sub uses high level inputs and is not powered. Just connect your stereo speaker wires to the sub input and then use the output side to reconnect to the speakers. This is not convenient because of the extra wires, especially if the sub is anywhere besides right next to the receiver. Also, unless you've got a very stout reciecer or amp don't expect a lot of output, and no adjustability.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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