I have a dilemma,
I am attempting to hookup a Denon AVR-3803 receiver to an Audio Source subwoofer that doesn''''t have any RCA inputs. Instead, the subwoofer has one pair of left/right channel inputs as well as one pair of left/right channel outputs. On the receiver, I have a pair of "A" and "B" outputs for the left/right channels. It also includes a subwoofer output that uses an RCA connection. How am I supposed to connect the receiver to the subwoofer without using the RCA output. Should I connect both left and right outputs on either "A" or "B" to the sub or just use one channel (like the right). Also, if I''''m using say both channels of "B" on the receiver, how would I make sure all low frequencies are output to subwoofer on the Denon AVR-3803 (Low Pass Filter? Equalizer?) because I can''''t find these features on the subwoofer. I would appreciate any input, thanks a lot...
The "official" way to hook up your sub is hook up speaker cables from only the "A" output of the receiver to the sub''s input, and then speaker wires from the sub''s output to the respectively front speakers. Don''t use the "B" output, for it''s unsure if that changes the load on the Denon''s amp.
The speaker settings for the fronts should be "LARGE", and the sub is "NO". This way, all signals will first go to the sub, and the lower frequency will be output through the sub. It also has a high-pass filter, and send the higher frequencies to your main front speakers.
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