Question about Sony STR-DE325 Receiver
You will need a powered sub, one that has a built in amp. It will also need speaker terminal type inputs. Use the B channel to send signal to the woofer. Since the audio from the B channel is full range, use the crossover on the sub to determine which frequencies you want to hear. I would start at 100Hz and go up and down from there. Use the gain to adjust the volume in relation to the other speakers. The sub volume will be affected by the master volume.
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Posted on Apr 05, 2011
There is a jack for a sub-woofer on the back labeled "MIX AUDIO OUT" it requires an active (aka powered) sub-woofer
Posted on Apr 12, 2013
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