Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Posted by Anonymous on
Nope, you would need specific pre-outs for external amps for the front channels. That is what the sub pre-out is and a powered sub IS an external amp.
How much bigger an amp were you considering? 100 watts is pretty good and to make an appreciable (audible difference) you might have to double it.
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At the Onkyo, check to make sure you have run the speaker setup starting on Page 40. If that doesn't work...
Disconnect the subwoofer pre-out at the Onkyo and move it to the VCR Out, tune an FM station and be ready for some real loud subwoofer output if your sub has no volume control of its own. If you can hear the sub, it works and it's back to the Onkyo. If not, the unnamed sub
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