Marantz AV-9000 problem,only 1 sub out for Tactile Transducers and sub. - AVS Forum | Home Theater Discussions And Reviews
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post #1 of 2 Old 05-20-2000, 06:37 AM - Thread Starter
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I was about to buy this processor until I noticed it only has 1 sub out.My problem is I own 2 Clark Synthesis units powered by an Audiosource AMP1 and I cannot use a second sub out to hook them up.I use to have a Yamaha RX-V2092 which had 2 sub outs and it worked perfect.Is there any way to get both my Mirage BPS-400 and Clark units to work with the AV-9000?.Any input would be very much appreciated.Thank you
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Use a high quality "y" (single rca male to dual female) adapter on the sub out. One feed will go to the sub, the second feed should go to an inexpensive external crossover (Paradigm X30), to the amp, then speaker wire to the transducers. The advantage of the external crossover is that you can set your transducer crossover point and volume indepent of the .1 sub. When you listen to 2 channel music you can eliminate the transducers the crossover volume control.
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