bass shakers and connections

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by dan scorpio, Nov 1, 2003.

  1. dan scorpio

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    someone said you can use a old amplifier to use for bass shakers.... but how do you connect it to the old receiver?
    do you connect it to the cd input or any input?
     
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    You can pretty much use any input. YOu can use one channel or split the signal and use both channels if you wish. Should work fine.
     
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    yes i tried that, i connected it to the cd input,then dvd input and nothing happens.....i will return that receiver

    i then found a old piss of crap receiver from the 70's and hooked it up to the phono input and now it works...
    the only thing is if i turn it up i get the male voices talking and shaking 9not verry good) so i ordered a 50 hrz lowpass f-mod to corect that.......
     

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