View Full Version : The Right Way to Run Two Subs
07-12-2006, 09:11 AM
i have a room that is about 20x20 and all ready running a velodyen dps 10, i wonder if i could run the dps 12 in that size room and how to run it the proper way. the reciever that i have is the onkyo 703, with only 1 sub preout.
thanks guys for all your help.
07-12-2006, 09:25 AM
You could split the signal from your Onk with a standard Y cable. Yes that size room could use two subs. I run two subs, I moved them around a bit then settled on stacking them, I use my subs for HT, you will need to determine whats best for your room based on how you will use them.
07-12-2006, 02:27 PM
You could also run them via speaker line level. Daisy chain them together and spend some time tuning them might get good results.
07-12-2006, 03:32 PM
Due to an awkward room design putting my subs in 2 different locations was not an option so I used a y splitter and stacked mine. My room is approx. 14x17 and running the 2 subs is not overkill.
07-12-2006, 03:34 PM
my vote is split the output (y -cable) then connect both subs.
It took me a while to find a good place for both my subs. its going to take trial and error with one sub, much less two.
stacking is certainly a viable method. in my rood, it doesnt work asa well as the way I have it now, but it is VERY MUCH worth the effort to try. if it flies, it makes placement real easy.
07-13-2006, 12:55 PM
I am getting a second sub for my system and it arrives tomorrow. I intend to place it behind the FL speaker but if anyone has any other suggestions from looking at my room I would appreciate it. What does the stacking thing achieve?
07-13-2006, 01:08 PM
What does the stacking thing achieve?
Co-located subs work together to produce more SPL with less cancellations.
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