Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Ok, temporary cheap fix... (i mean in a ******* engineering kinda way ;-) . . . )
since your primary receiver has a sub-out RCA plug, you can hop into the local pawn shop, buy a cheap receiver and an RCA line splitter, and connect the primary sub-out to the CD or any input EXCEPT phono (resistance is different on the phono rca's). remove the plate from the sub and run the speaker wire from the "pawn stereo" directly to the speaker. replace plate on sub to keep box sealed, and adjust receivers to desired level of bass & volume.
You have spent $50 and now have a decent sounding system again.
Posted on Oct 02, 2011
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