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a newby to this forum, thanks for reading.


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I have a REL sub. It has 2 signal feeds.

The 1st is the dedicated LFE. REL calls this the "low range" and has it's own level adjustment.


The 2nd is REL's "high range" which gets its signal from the main R & L channels. It also has it's own level adjustment. Both signals, (high and low) can be used independently or simultaneously. This (the high) connection is made through a REL provided cable by connecting to the main speaker outs.


It consists of 3 wires. 1 for L pos, 1 for R pos, and 1 for R neg. According to the REL rep, the connections to the speaker posts must have a common ground.


QUESTION......


How do I hook up 2 monoblocks (1 for left channel and 1 for right) and assure myself that I have a "common ground"? Would connecting a wire/cable between the 2 negative posts or chassis' do it???????


Thanks, Mike
 
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