Acoustimass 7 hook up
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Please explain why there are speaker level inputs and stereo inputs on most moderatly priced and higher subs. Most sub-sat systems take the full signal from the receiver and redistribute it via it's own crossover network.
Only the higher frequencies are going through your speakers, which is why you are not hearing any bass The usual answer to Bose problems is learn to live with it or put your Bose Cubes up for sale on e-bay and buy a new set of speakers.
The time now is Any suggestions on making it work anyway? Also it would mean you'd have to have speaker wire nearly twice as long: Joined Feb Location Chicagoland Posts 2, Yes, my password is: Need Help hooking up Bose Acoustimass 7 I know this isn't the answer you're looking for, but Bose speakers aren't exactly known for thunderous bass Do you already have an account?
What are the correct settings for the speakers if i do this?
Re: Need Help hooking up Bose Acoustimass 7
And yes, the sub output on the Kenwood is almost certainly a line-level 7 hook up for a powered subwoofer. On my HT setup I have a splitter: Jan 11, Messages: Results 1 to 6 of 6. If you still have the powered sub I would hook it back up VRS from the Good Guys.
Need Help hooking up Bose Acoustimass 7 I have a question, not really about the topic at hand, but what the hell are the speaker level inputs on a sub for? In Bose's case, some of the frequencies just kind of get left out. Low cost would be nice as well If not then add back your old Sub to the Bose speakers and then determine if it sounds better our worse than all of your old speakers.