Originally Posted by ScAndal
I've been trying to answer this all night and the manuals are awful for the iNuke amp.
Is there a way to use the amp to drive two subwoofers (one on each channel) using a single input source (A)?
I would like to prevent having to add a Y cable and bring the source into both A and B channels?
EDIT SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO READ THE NEXT SEVERAL POSTS:
The solution is to wire both cables as +1 & -1. You can then use the Inuke Remote Connect from your computer in either Bi-amp 1 or Bridge mode.
It's not 2013, it's 2018. Why do I still have the same question, and still no answer? This should not be rocket science. I've spent hours reading and researching. I've spent hours trying different combinations. All I have to show for my effort is I can can get either sub to work, but not both at the same time.
: How do I connect two Umax 15 subs to a single Unuke 3000 w/dsp with a single source "A"?
Both subs work. They have dual voice coils DVC and are wired for a 4 Ohm load.
I can run a single sub on Input A of the Inuke, through either sub-out 1 or 2 on the Onkyo TX NR717, a 7.2 AVR from 2014.
I can run a single sub on Input B of the Inuke, same as above ^^^. Trying to run a second sub on Inuke B output results in no sub output. The Inuke Remote Connect software indicates I have a source A and output on both A and B in various modes. Stereo, Bi-amp and Bridge.
I tried using Sub Out 2 on the AVR so there would be two Inputs. Neither sub would work. There is no combination in which both subs out work at the same time.
Here's what I think should work: A single input into the Inuke on A. Output on B and C to the subs in Stereo. Dual Mono will not work because the software shows it needs two inputs A & B to output into speakers A & B.
Bi-amp should also work because it shows a single input A into output speakers A & B. This is specifically designed to run a HF and LF section. Even when I match the high pass and low pass filters identically on both channels neither sub will play.
: I built my own cables using the 4-pin Neutrec brand Speakons. I use 1+ and 2+ from the Inuke, into 1+ 1- into the subs. All cables work in both subs and in each of the two Inuke 3000 w/dsp.
The +2 pin specifically is for Inuke Channel B. It is run as 1+ & 2+ for running in bridge mode.
I will attach the link to the manual if that helps. It is very sparse IMO.