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What is subwoofer speaker level input?

What is subwoofer speaker level input?

Speaker-level inputs let you hook up your powered sub by using the speaker connections from your receiver or amp, eliminating the need to run a separate RCA patch cable.

How do I connect my subwoofer to speaker level inputs?

How to Connect a Subwoofer to Speaker Level Outputs

  1. Check the specifications on your receiver.
  2. Check the specifications on your subwoofer.
  3. Use two speaker wires to connect to the front and back of the sub on the left and right audio channels.
  4. Adjust the filter on the subwoofer to clarify the audio.
  5. Enjoy the bass.

What is a subwoofer high level input?

The main advantage of using a high-level subwoofer input connection is that the speakers and subwoofer receive the same audio signal. There are no potential phase issues between the mid and low frequencies. And the sound signature of the amplifier will be present in both signals.

How do you hook up a high level input subwoofer?

If your sub amp has only high level inputs, you will need to connect the subwoofer in parallel with your main speakers. If your sub is near the mains, simply connect another pair of cables from the main speakers to the sub amp. If closer to the amplifier, you may connect another pair from the amp to the sub.

How do you connect a subwoofer to a computer?

Place your subwoofer where you like it and then hook up the auxiliary speakers to the subwoofer using the color coded cords. Following this, attach the green cord from the subwoofer to the green input jack in the computer. At this point the computer’s sound card should recongize the speakers.

What are speaker level inputs?

Speaker level inputs are used when you want to connect an amplifier to your factory radio or an aftermarket radio that does not have low-level (RCA) inputs. It allows you to use the signal coming from the speaker outputs as an input source for the amplifier.

How do you connect a subwoofer to a TV?

Connect the two plugs on one end of the stereo cable into the audio out jacks on the rear panel of the TV. Plug the other ends into the two shorter jacks on the Y-adapter. Connect the subwoofer cable from the remaining jack on the Y-adapter to the input jack on the back of the sub.