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    I'm an HT newbie so this might be a silly rookie question but here goes. Can I wire another sub into my system by spliting the signal at the receiver's sub out using a Y-connector? Receiver is an HK635, sub is PSW505. If so does it have to be special connector to carry the LFE signal? Also, stacked or separate corners? Any advice is appreciated.

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    Yep a y-adapter is just dandy. Some say stacked is the way to go but if you have stereo pre-outs you could try doing stereo subs (one near the left main speaker, other near the other), but that is probably only a good idea if you have two of the same sub.

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    Yep, you got the idea. Just pick up a sub Y-cable and do it up...
    -Stopher
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    I have 2 stacked PWW650's....and I love it. So (2) 505 I love it. SVS eat your heart out. Actually never heard an SVS
    Pioneer SC-37
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    Denon 3805,CS400i,RT25i's & FX500i's sitting in the basement collecting dust

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