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Hi can anyone help? I am resetting up my home theatre and there is a llittle piggy back cable with the sub. I got the sub going with out it because I can't figure it out. Should I be using this and how do I set it up if so?
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Since you've got the sub hooked up and working properly, I'd say you don't need to worry about that piggy-back cable.
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Since you've got the sub hooked up and working properly, I'd say you don't need to worry about that piggy-back cable.

Thanks for the input. now I just have to figure out why my center is sounding a little like a fish bowl. I have a Yamaha reciever and Jamo suround 5.1 speaker package.
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