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Michael_391

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First of all please excuse my terminology not sure the correct names of everything. My tv has one audio out port that i can use for what im doing. I have three devices i need to hook up and i have studied and pulled my hair out trying to figure out how to get all three of them to work together. Is there a way to turn one onto three. Seems like its not that crazy to assume there is something out there that could accomodate what i need. Please let me know if there is something i could get to solve my problem. Also my reciever has multiple inputs including subwoofer in and out under 5.1 audio but i need at least 3 plugs to power my surround system and my subs. Any help would be greatly appreciated
 
Without makes and model number I can't be precise.
If your TV has an audio out that connects to the receiver you don't need any other outputs from it.
Both subwoofers would connect to the line level subwoofer out of the receiver. You would need a splitter to connect both subwoofers.
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/dynex-rca-y-adapter-black/9390633.p?id=1218097973202&skuId=9390633&ref=212&loc=1&ksid=1e153f5b-9d7b-ac88-baad-000057005f34&ksprof_id=16&ksaffcode=pg106159&ksdevice=c&gclid=CJTR-qKj1c4CFQtZhgod7SwJCg
By the way it's often not great to use two different subwoofers together. Unless you just want louder sound the better sounding sub alone would be preferred to adding the worse one. Can't hurt to try it though.
 

Michael_391

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Aug 21, 2016
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Okay my bad i thought i was clear. I have a reciever to power my speakers and i have 2 subwoofers my tv has 1 audio out but i need three individual audio out ports to plug into the back of my reciever, subwoofer, and other subwoofer again i know im probably using the wrong terms but maybe you can understand what im saying
 
Without makes and model number I can't be precise.
If your TV has an audio out that connects to the receiver you don't need any other outputs from it.
Both subwoofers would connect to the line level subwoofer out of the receiver. You would need a splitter to connect both subwoofers.
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/dynex-rca-y-adapter-black/9390633.p?id=1218097973202&skuId=9390633&ref=212&loc=1&ksid=1e153f5b-9d7b-ac88-baad-000057005f34&ksprof_id=16&ksaffcode=pg106159&ksdevice=c&gclid=CJTR-qKj1c4CFQtZhgod7SwJCg
By the way it's often not great to use two different subwoofers together. Unless you just want louder sound the better sounding sub alone would be preferred to adding the worse one. Can't hurt to try it though.
 

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