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Hello Wireko, you can connect any DVD player, which has output for SubWoofer, but you will only hear the bass, through the subwoofer, you would have to connect it to a 5.1 or 6.1 amplifier with their respective speakers, of the brand you want to be able to appreciate the other frequency ranges
hope you have served my suggestion
greetings Franco Dosil
Hola Wireko, puede conectar cualquier reproductor de DVD, que cuente con salida para SubWoofer, pero solamente va a escuchar los graves, a trav?s del subwoofer, tendr?a que conectarlo a un amplificador 5.1 o 6.1 con sus respectivos parlantes, de la marca que usted quiera para poder apreciar las dem?s gamas de frecuencias
Espero le haya servido mi sugerencia
saludos Franco Dosil
Of the Phillips is not a home theatre system them you can but you will have no volume co trol of the sub. If it is the alot of philips home theater in a box (htib) use special plugs...you would need to change the cable end of the sub to a compatible plug.
It's never a good idea to adapt prescribed connectors to bare speaker wire or vice versa.
Speaker Level and Line Level signals are worlds apart and equipment damage may result. Your Denon (model unknown) probably requires a POWERED SUBWOOFER, to which it would provide Line Level LFE from its Pre Out.
Read the manual where it doesn't say to convert a speaker wire to RCA.
There's an different wire connection in there that is causing the problem. Even though you didn't need an new wiring harness doesn't mean that everything is compatible. Check the wiring for the power from the radio and the car.
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