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    Default best way to wire DUAL PSW505's

    I currently have a single PSW505 hooked up to my onkyo receiver. i have both L/R channels going to the sub via speaker wire, then from the sub, speaker wire going to my L/R front speakers. I bought another PSW505 and am wondering how to connect it without having to use RCA cables and "Y" splitters, i want it done with speaker wire. PLEASE HELP!!! thank you

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    Simple. Left channel speaker wire going to one sub then to receiver. Rinse and repeat for the right channel.
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    A+ on that. Easy peazy....

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    The configuration used to be L and R channels going to one single subwoofer. So am i now supposed to leave one channel empty on eeach input of each sub?..... Sorry, im new at this, a little confused

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    yup pretty much. wont harm anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by specd_out View Post
    yup pretty much. wont harm anything.
    Yep. What he said...one sub for each channel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by starmc26 View Post
    The configuration used to be L and R channels going to one single subwoofer. So am i now supposed to leave one channel empty on eeach input of each sub?..... Sorry, im new at this, a little confused
    Right and left sub inputs are combined into mono internally, so there is no "empty" channel.
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