My Amp has a LFE Subwoofer Out but My Sb has Left and right Inputs

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Hello All, Need to find the best possible way to connect my Home
theater Amp that has only one cable LFE or Subwoofer Out... to a Sub
Woofer that has only a Left and Right Channel input. I did have it
connected from my main Left/ Right outputs to left right inputs of  my
Sub.... but for some reason I dont' get the rich deep sound from
Sub... so I was wondering if there's a way to make  a cable to connect
the LFE Output to connect to Left and Right Inputs on Sub...
Or should I just get a Subwoofer that has a single LFE Input... if so
can someone could  recommend one thats has a deep rich sound but not
to expensive gladly appreciate it... I know I know I'm looking for a
miracle.

Thanks Marco


My Amp has a LFE Subwoofer Out but My Sb has Left and right Inputs


Hello All, Need to find the best possible way to connect my Home
theater Amp that has only one cable LFE or Subwoofer Out... to a Sub
Woofer that has only a Left and Right Channel input. I did have it
connected from my main Left/ Right outputs to left right inputs of  my
Sub.... but for some reason I dont' get the rich deep sound from
Sub... so I was wondering if there's a way to make  a cable to connect
the LFE Output to connect to Left and Right Inputs on Sub...
Or should I just get a Subwoofer that has a single LFE Input... if so
can someone could  recommend one thats has a deep rich sound but not
to expensive gladly appreciate it... I know I know I'm looking for a
miracle.

Thanks Marco


My Amp has a LFE Subwoofer Out but My Sb has Left and right Inputs


Hello All, Need to find the best possible way to connect my Home
theater Amp that has only one cable LFE or Subwoofer Out... to a Sub
Woofer that has only a Left and Right Channel input. I did have it
connected from my main Left/ Right outputs to left right inputs of  my
Sub.... but for some reason I dont' get the rich deep sound from
Sub... so I was wondering if there's a way to make  a cable to connect
the LFE Output to connect to Left and Right Inputs on Sub...
Or should I just get a Subwoofer that has a single LFE Input... if so
can someone could  recommend one thats has a deep rich sound but not
to expensive gladly appreciate it... I know I know I'm looking for a
miracle.

Thanks Marco


Re: My Amp has a LFE Subwoofer Out but My Sb has Left and right Inputs


On Jul 16, 7:52 am, motero...@gmail.com wrote:
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OK, a couple of things;

(folks, correct me where I'm wrong)

- the LFE is just SIGNAL, it isn't amplified, is it? You'll need to
supply a source of power to SUB Out signals. (OK, wait, your Sub is
likely a powered sub, isn't it?)


- Use an RCA 'y-splitter' w/ a single in and two outs, plug the two
ends into the L and R of your amp/sub combo.

 I had similar problem recently with a single SUB Out and a dual voice
coil sub w/ an amp in the middle.


TBerk







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