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How to hook up a computer sub to a hometheater amp
If you have the whole Z5500 package you could run the Arcam's optical- or coaxial digital audio output to the corresponding input on the Logitech.
But I'd be careful about letting BOTH the Arcam and the Logictech perform Digital Sound Processing on the sound. DSP's aren't meant to be stacked. My money says the Arcam is better in the DSP department than the Logitech.
If you have just the sub, run the Sub PRE out from the Arcam to the Sub/Center input (adapt it to 3.5 mm) on the Control Center and set the switch to "6 ch direct".
on Mar 06, 2010
How to hook up a subwoofer to my computer?
i to have that sub and i hook it up to my dell 1501 i use a mini steroe plug it has two input so you can hook up two device get two y cables on one end it will have a plug like your headphone plug on the other end has two male the ones you hook up at the back of your steroe the other cable is a y cable as well this one has two female end and steroe end to hook up to the sub connect both wires to become one male to female one end goes to the computer the other end the sub you cant do it wrong there is only one plug that will fit hope this helps .
on May 13, 2009
Hook up to stereo
That's a very generic question, but generally you should find on the back of your speakers a pair of connectors either marked (+) and (-) or colored in Red and Black (or both designations). Similarly in the back of your receiver you'll find two sets of these, one for the Right channel and the other for Left. All you need to do is to hook up your Left speaker to the Left Channel in the receiver with proper polarity (red to red and black to black, or (+) to (+) and (-) to (-)) and do the same for Left.
Now you can use speciallized speaker cable (available from Radio Shack etc.) or simple flexible stranded copper electrical cable from a Hardware store. The gauge (size) of cable depends on your receiver's / speaker's maximum output power (watts) and the estimated length of cable run depending on the positions of your equipment. Generally : a 100W set with a run of 20 meters (60ft) at 8 ohms will need no more than 12AWG (4 sq.mm.) cable. But you can supply your exact info and we'll do the calc. for you.
on Jul 05, 2008
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