Question about Bose Audio Players & Recorders
Depending on the subwoofer you have there are several ways to do this.
If you have an amplified subwoofer and a receiver with a sub out then just run a RCA cable from the sub out to the input on the sub. depending on the sub you may need a Y adapter to provide a signal to both the left and the right input.
if your sub has high level (speaker terminals) for inputs AND outputs you can use speaker wire from the receivers front speaker terminals to the sub and then from the sub to the speakers. You would use this same process if your sub does not have a built in amplifier.
Take note that if you do use the receivers subwoofer output its often necessary to turn that output on using the receivers on screen menu.
Hope that helps
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
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