I purchased Logitech z623 speakers a few months ago. It is a 2.1 system with a fairly powerful subwoofer. I recently received a Pioneer stereo receiver and am hoping to transition my system to use the receiver instead of the Logitech. I was wondering if it would be possible to run the computer speaker subwoofer off the receiver.
This is what the back of the subwoofer looks like:
I'm trying to be cheap and not purchase yet another sub when I have a perfectly good one sitting in my basement. I understand if this subwoofer cannot be used on my new system, but if anyone could help me out it woud be greatly appreciated.
Looks like you have an input on the sub so should be able to use the sub pre-out on the avr to the sub (just pick an input or get a splitter/y-cord to use both). As to whether that's a "perfectly good" sub is a whole 'nother thang....
Would I need a subwoofer cable for that or would a standard rca cable suffice? And yeah I know, I really want to upgrade my sub. But I already get in trouble in my dorm building for this small sub
Yes, a standard RCA will work fine.
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