The Polk Monitor 30 does have two sets of binding posts on the back, so you could actually do this. Even two subwoofers can do a much better job giving you nice linear bass. The short answer is that you can use any number or combination of in a car audio setup as long as you wire them in properly. Refer to to get your subwoofer connected. Best option to do would be to unplug the rca's from the bass tube and use those rca's to run the amp for the eclipse components and then take the bass tube back and get you money back on it as they suck very badly. I drive a '98 Honda Civic and I recently have decided to upgrade my system. As long as the filtering is done at the amp then it's fine.
Yes there are lots of options you can use. The problem is that I can't fit that into the budget. Would it be the best option for my stated goals. Make sure the bass sounds uniform and well integrated with the rest of your speakers over the entire listening area. Next configure the layout in your processor if given the option. Either way, I have yet to hear a system that really improved with a biwire connection.
What this does is even out any peaks or nulls in the room that can occur at seats other than your own. Techically if its dual voice coil you can do it, but seriously dude. I will be running dual subs soon and I have a quck question. This should be repeated for the two or three most important seats in your theater room until you find the best setting that works reasonably well for all seats. They are labeled Left and Right line-in inputs, but for a typical home theater, you only have one cable coming from the receiver to the subwoofer. Sorry mines five channel so thats how I think, but say he is using a cd player that output is a sub channel, the filtering is done at the amp, but it can't add what isn't supplied by the channel, I have yet to see regular speakers sound right hooked into a sub channel If it is just a rear channel no problems.
I don't know how to do it but i think your amp need to have 0-180 phase control, if you know you don't have that, seek no further for help because your screwed. This sub has a built in 30 watt max wattage amp. That will split the subwoofer signal from the receiver into two, and then you can hook up both of your subs. It is typically purple in color, but that's not always the case. Wiring in one amplifier can be complicated enough, especially when you're dealing with a factory car stereo, and the situation just gets more complex when you add multiple amplifiers to the equation. Here's a picture of a receiver's preouts.
I say go with that option because your speakers won't outperform the bass tube. Using our technique of crawling for bass is a good way to find the proper locations to place your subs. So that's how easy it is to connect multiple subwoofers! He studied business administration at a local community college and runs his own driveway mechanic service, specializing in computer-controlled vehicles and custom car audio installs. But the amps I have are 2 channel and each amp has an input and output for left and right channels. And the rear outputs are the same as the front, cd audio is in stereo, it only has 2 channels, the front outputs are just mirrored on the rear outputs. It is highly recommended that should you decide to use such a system to not follow the end results as a definitive guide but more as a starting point for you to go in and customize to better suit the needs of your particular installation.
Speaker Distance Using a tape measure, note the distances from each speaker with respect to the main listening seat and write it down. When you get the money saved up to upgrade your system hop on here and let us know what piece of the system you want to upgrade i. Use bass intensive program material you are very familiar with and take a listen. If, however, like the vast majority of home theater receiver on the market, there is only one labeled Sub Out on the unit, you have a couple of options. But then again the internet, like you mentioned, provides wiring diagrams. While these configurations work extremely well and usually better than what I proposed in figures 1 and 2, they are often impractical in most rooms. This '0-180 phase control' stuff sounds cool but it's just confusing those who really don't know this stuff.
Another option that works fairly well is to place each sub at opposite diagonal corners of the room as illustrated in Figure 2. If your processor has independent multiple subwoofer outputs and trim controls, set the sub level to within a few dB of the other channels. This is called vertical amping bi-amping has an electric crossover feeding the amps. Then start saving your money up to buy good equipment that will last more than a month and not sound like crap and have you wanting to upgrade again almost immediately. Notice the one labeled Sub Woofer. Thanks for that info, a couple more questions. Those 2 decks that it happened to, were they similar models? Originally Published: January 24, 2008 We are always preaching the more subs the better in a home theater system particularly two to four for a variety of reasons such as; smoother bass response across a wider listening area and increased dynamic range.
Most modern day receivers and processors have an auto setup option where you place a microphone at the main listening position s and have it do all of the set-up for you. The only thing about single channel amps is the wiring gets tricky if you want to put more than a single sub. You cannot hook two amps to a single set of speaker terminals because the amps will see each other and usually blow up, blow fuses, or go into protection. This head unit only produces 22x4 watts peak. The speaker terminals are used if you want to connect a high-level connection from the receiver or amp to the sub. Figure 1 works extremely well especially if you only have one row of seating located a few feet off the back wall.