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I've got a pair of Sony ss-mf750h towers and the mid/tweeter blew on both of them. Repairing them is going to cost more than they are worth and I'm having no luck selling them as parts. The speaker specs say they can go as low as 35Hz, about as low as most entry subwoofers. I'm assuming that range comes from the two woofers (which are working great). I also have a power amp, Kenwood kc 106, with a spare channel.


Is there any way to hook them up to create a sub-esqe speaker?


Might be jumping off the deep end with this but thought I'd ask before I leave the towers on the corner.


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I guess you could use them as a mid-bass due to their lack of bottom end. Maybe a good way to augment some computer speakers?
 

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You can just keep them in the speaker cabinet and hook them up, assuming they have better bass response than your current main speakers:

1. sub out RCA on receiver to inputs on Kenwood kc 106 amp

2. speaker out(s) on Kenwood kc 106 amp to Sony ss-mf750h speaker(s)


You can use a y-cable between the receiver and Kenwood kc 106 amp if you want to use both of the Sony speakers (and both the left and right channels). Any of these would work:
http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2
http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2
http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2


I don't expect spectacular results, but it might be better than nothing.


-Max
 
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