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    Default 2 Same Type Subs,2 Different Hookups

    I came across another PSW303 the other day and I'd like to try to intergrate it with the rest of my system. My exsisting setup has the sub running with line level inputs. So, with this in mind can I still run the second sub with speaker level with the mains. But I can't turn my SUB OUT off because of the 1st sub. Should I say forget it and just run a Y-adapter. Any suggestions?

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    Maybe if you really wanted to use the speaker level inputs you could hook em up stereo style, just run the right to the one sub and the left to the other sub. Or just get a splitter and stack em in the corner.

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    Y splitter to the LFE would probably be best IMO

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    Yeh, instead of cuttin' wire I just ran the Y. Sounds fine to me with 180 phase in the back and 0 up front. I was kinda worried about all the phase,delay and freq. hoopla I read about at audiophile websites. I just hooked it up and blam, even bass all around. Thanks

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    Co-located in a stack or different room positions?
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    I have one in the rear left corner,asymetrical placement. The new one is up front between the mains. Evens out that pressure so you can't locate that back one like before.

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