Wiring for DIY Subs in a Dedicated HT
My rack is about 30' from where my subs will be. The subs are passive (2 18" UXL DIY ported boxes) and will be concealed by a AT screen.
I'm likely going to power them with a iNuke 6000DSP which will be in the rack.
I haven't hooked anything up higher end like this (always just plugged directly from the AVR into a powered sub).
It looks like the 6000DSP has XLR outputs.
I've read around and it seems that people run shielded RG6 as their sub cable and then use various connectors to get it to whatever format they need.
So it sounds like I'll need something like
6000DSP <-> XLR <-> RG6 (30' run) <-> **connector** <-> DIY Sub
Is this completely wrong? I ask because when I google "XLR to RG6" I get nothing.
Also when people build passive subs, what connection do you tend to leave on the outside of the box? XLR? RCA?
This DIY sub noob thanks for the answers.
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Last edited by ClemsonJeeper; 06-24-2014 at 01:06 PM.