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post #1 of 4 Old 10-08-2006, 09:44 AM - Thread Starter
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hi, i wanted to know if i can put my active phono car subwoofer at home(250 watts), i am not using it and so i wanted to use it with my stereo system cause i have never had one. but the sound quality is going to be good or not? and also , what kind of connection is needed to connect it to the amplifier? it is possible to connect? and i also wanted to know how you tune it up.
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Yes you can. Many people use car audio subwoofer drivers for home theater use. Just make sure to buy a home theater amp.


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Sometimes car subs come with recommended enclosure dimensions and tuning optimized for the transfer function of a car interior. Plug the T/S specs of the sub into an enclosure calculator to make sure the output is optimized with room acoustics in mind.
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The Adira Shiva and Ascendant Audio subwoofers are very popular Home Theater subwoofers for DIYers, both of which are made by Car Audio companies.
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