Sub woofer

Comsat3

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my subwoofer has it\'s own power source, volume control and power on/off behind it , it also connects with a rca jack to the amplifier, but my type of amplifier has a speaker wire connection to connect to the sub woofer not an rca connector. how can i connect my sub to my amp?
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Greg58

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I have exactly the reverse problem. My subwoofer has both left and right speaker wire inputs and left and right RCA inputs. The amplifier has only a single RCA subwoofer output. Can I by a connect that has a single female RCA input with a dual RCA output, and woud it function.

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If you are still facing that problem then i think you should call a engineer.
The smaller of Meridian's active subwoofers, the SW1600 features a 300mm long-throw custom driver for superb power handling, with the amplifier and power supply to match. With both analogue and digital inputs it is ideal for systems of either type.
http://www.meridian-audio.com
 

Greg58

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Thanks. That's why I'm asking.
So now it's more expediture for a new subwoofer.
That was not in the game plan.

And Veteran, I'm a rookie.. why would the dual RCA combined to form a single RCA jack not function? Kind of like AC vs DC?

 
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