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    Default If is possible conect a atrium Sub10 to Pioneer VSX-D510 Receiver?

    i want a knows if is possible conect a Atrium Sub 10 to a Pioneer VSX-D510 Receiver, and how conect this?.
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    I see no reason why you could not do this following the instuctions. I've never seen a SUB 10 but according to the instructions this sub does not have a RCA or LFE input. Only speaker level input, so it has to be connected to the speaker binding posts of your receiver.. It also has two voice coils, so instead of two wires it has four wires.

    Follow the instructions. If you don't have them, you can download them HERE
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