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Moved to a new house and was able to bring the Bic H100 sub out of storage. It had been in storage for so long that I've forgotten whether to only connect the sub cable to the receiver and/or L C R speakers to the sub or receiver? Anyone know where I can find an online owners manual?
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Help to know what your receiver is; if your receiver has a sub pre-out then simply use an rca cable to connect that to the line in on the sub. Only when you don't have a sub pre-out would you consider speaker level connections (and perhaps common connection with your L/R speakers).

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Help to know what your receiver is; if your receiver has a sub pre-out then simply use an rca cable to connect that to the line in on the sub. Only when you don't have a sub pre-out would you consider speaker level connections (and perhaps common connection with your L/R speakers).

Thanks! I was thinking last night that I don't remember connecting the speakers to the sub, just receiver sub out. I have a new Marantz NR-1504 with a sub out connection.
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