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This may be a stupid question.. but Ill ask anyway.


Is there any reason not to split the subwoofer output off a 5.1 amp to hook up 2 subs? Im assuming this could be done using a Y cable or something of that manner.


Have an extra one sitting around and just wanted to play around and hear the difference.


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My sub has 2 inputs and i use a splitter and plug both ends to both the red and white input on the sub and i can hear a gain from somthing doing it this way. Either an input gain or an over all boost when i just plug in one plug then the other i can hear an increase.
 

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Originally Posted by BowerR64 /forum/post/18131785


My sub has 2 inputs and i use a splitter and plug both ends to both the red and white input on the sub and i can hear a gain from somthing doing it this way. Either an input gain or an over all boost when i just plug in one plug then the other i can hear an increase.

#1. That's not what the original poster is asking about.


#2. The gain you hear is not a gain that you couldn't get by simply turning your sub's master volume up or turning up the AVRs sub level channel trim.
 
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