Question about JBL S120PII Subwoofer
Generally there is a left and right input. The sub is usually not in stereo, the frequences of the sub are more omni directional, and have no spattal placement in the stereo field. If there is only (1) input you can take either the left or right from the system and you should get the frequencies you need. In the even it is not working out quite right you may take the left and right and use some 1k to 4.7k 1/2 watt resistors connected to tie the left and right line output togeather to feed the sub.
Posted on Dec 24, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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