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    Default Hooking up 2 subs

    how would one go about hooking up 2 subs in a home theater system?

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    I've heard that the best way to go about this situation is to just stack both in a corner if possible. Good Luck. :) LEt us know how it turns out.

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    Welcome to club polk ranch,

    Glemay is correct, the simplest solution is to cornerload them and stack them.

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    a Y-cable is what you seek young padewan.
    - Sony 50"A3000 SXRD; Onkyo TX-SR 805
    - Polk RTi150 mains; CSi30 center; FXi3 surrounds, R15 backs
    - Velodyne CHT-12 subwoofer

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    Last night, I moved my two subs from in between my
    tower speakers and stacked them in a corner. For the
    first time the house shook, the doors in the basement
    rattled and my wife could feel the vibrations in our
    bedroom on the third floor!
    :D :D :D :D
    Last edited by monkeyphant; 02-13-2004 at 08:29 AM.

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    Originally posted by monkeyphant
    Last night, I moved my two subs from in between my
    tower speakers and stacked them in a corner. For the
    first time the house shook, the doors in the basement
    rattled and my wife could feel the vibrations in our
    bedroom on the third floor!
    :D :D :D :D
    You might need some small rubber pads on the bottom of the top sub, to keep it from walking off. Have fun with those bedroom vibrations! :D

    Regards,
    PolkThug

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    PolkThug:

    Thanks for the advice. There are rubber pads on the bottom of the subwoofer feet. I had also thought about using industrial velcro which I saw at a Home Depot. I hate moving those subs. They each weigh 74 lbs.

    Monkeyphant
    Last edited by monkeyphant; 02-13-2004 at 01:52 PM.

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