Replace the subwoofer of a "all in box" home theater with a powered subwoofer.

Trysior

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Hi!

My home theater subwoofer is broken and i would like to know if there is a way to use my old PC Sound System subwoofer to replace it.

The PC Subwoofer has a 3.5mm in sound (the pc normal) and is powered (plugged in the outlet).

My home theater have a unpowered subwoofer and no other output except the sound wire (the one that ends with to naked wire).

This is the manual for my Home Theater : http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/UM/201003/20100330171126796/HT-C5530_XAC_0201.pdf

This is the manual for my old pc system that i want to reuse the subwoofer : https://www.logitech.com/assets/35688/setup-installation-guide.pdf

In both this manuel you will see the Wattage and Ohm specifications...

I would like to know if there is anyway i could hook this up (adapter, wire, etc...)

Thanks!
 

Trysior

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Thx!

I have one question, the Scosche LOC80 you linked me is said to "handles a speaker-level signal up to 80 watts RMS per channel". In my manual of the hts it is said that the subwoofer is "Subwoofer speaker output 170W(3Ω)". Would it cause a problem?

Thanks again!
 
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