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Can it work with 220v?

Does anyone know if this subwoofer can be connected to 220v?

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Car subs can NOT be connected to 220v. Not directly anyway. You will have to get an amp that can run on 220v & then connect it to this sub. Good luck finding a home audio amp that will run the sub though it's really hard. If you look at home theater setups you will find that all the subs have their own built in amps that are really hard to get a hold of seperately.

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Hi - You can download the manual by clicking the link underlined in blue below:

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Your sub woofer needs to have it's own power amp i.e. a "powered" sub woofer:

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Assuming your sub woofer is powered & connect as shown then check the following setting:

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