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Samsung Series 9 HW-Q90R Soundbar + BEHRINGER NX3000 + Buttkicker LFE x 2

Hi

I need some help, please

This is similar to adding a wired sub woofer to a soundbar without a sub woofer output

https://www.samsung.com/au/audio-video/hw-q90r/

Series 9 HW-Q90R Soundbar with Dolby Atmos & DTS:X

I need to connect a

https://www.behringer.com/Categories...oogtrans(en|en)

Behringer iNUKE 3000

to 2 x Buttkicker LFEs

https://www.lg.com/au/tvs/lg-OLED65C8PTA

TV LG OLED TV C8 65 inch

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Does this help?

https://www.avsforum.com/forum/195-s...-soundbar.html

Basically, I used the analog output from my Oppo 203 to run a Dayton amp feeding 2 bass shakers and an old receiver running a sub.

My Zidoo and Shield go to Oppo HDMI In, and the Oppo HDMI Out goes to the soundbar.

Nvidia Shield - Zidoo X9S - HTPC/MPC-HC
Oppo 203 - Samsung HW-N950 - SVS PB12-NSD 7.2.4
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Not really

I only have the Soundbar and the LG C8 OLED TV.

Is there any way of patching into the signal the soundbar sends to the subwoofer and then somehow connecting the inuke to that signal too?

As the sub is wireless, there must be a way of finding the wireless signal from the bar and then having a receiver send that signal to the Inuke

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Would this work?

https://www.jaycar.com.au/concord-2-...utm_medium=web

Concord 2-Way 4K HDMI Splitter
CAT.NO: AC5000
Concord HDMI splitter connects a single HDMI source to two HDMI displays
• HDMI 2.0B
• 4K UHD and HDR

The use a HDMI audio extractor from that to the Behringer?
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Monoprice Blackbird 4K HDMI Audio Extractor, 18Gbps, HDCP 2.2

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Is there any way of patching into the signal the soundbar sends to the subwoofer and then somehow connecting the inuke to that signal too?

As the sub is wireless, there must be a way of finding the wireless signal from the bar and then having a receiver send that signal to the Inuke
I don’t think it would be easy to hack the communication protocol. Sometimes it’s already hard enough for the sub to synch with the sound bar.

If I didn’t use the Oppo, my alternative approach was to open the sub, and connect a speaker level to line level adapter to the internal speaker terminals and send the output to the bass shaker amp.

Nvidia Shield - Zidoo X9S - HTPC/MPC-HC
Oppo 203 - Samsung HW-N950 - SVS PB12-NSD 7.2.4
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I don’t think it would be easy to hack the communication protocol. Sometimes it’s already hard enough for the sub to synch with the sound bar.

If I didn’t use the Oppo, my alternative approach was to open the sub, and connect a speaker level to line level adapter to the internal speaker terminals and send the output to the bass shaker amp.
I could do that.

Is there something I need to purchase as an adapter then? ie a link to one?
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I could do that.

Is there something I need to purchase as an adapter then? ie a link to one?
Haven’t researched it much, but something like this probably would work.

https://www.crutchfield.com/S-ZPgQki...l-Adapter.html

One benefit of this approach would be getting a signal for the bass shakers when playing PC/Xbox Atmos games.

The Oppo doesn’t pass through PCM MAT used for those.

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