How to connect an SVS powered sub?

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  1. Steve Schick

    Steve Schick Stunt Coordinator

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    As the search function is out of the office,
    I just received my 20-39PC and was wondering if I Should get a "Y" connector to split the mono sub signal to left and right inputs.
    If not, which side (R or L) should I connect it to? (is there a mono side?)
    Or do the two inputs just converge inside to create a mono signal?
    BTW, is the speaker single or dual VC?
    Thanks!
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  2. Bob McElfresh

    Bob McElfresh Producer

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    Just run a cable to either input. They sum to mono.
    VC? You mean "Voice Coil"? I think the sub has a single driver.
     
  3. Matty B

    Matty B Stunt Coordinator

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    You can have a single sub with a DVC (My JL Audio sub has this) I believe all home subs are SVC though
     
  4. Brian Bunge

    Brian Bunge Producer

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    The SVS subs have a single driver with a single voice coil. But not all home subs have a single voice coil. The drivers offered from Adire Audio have dual VC's as do quite a few others these days.
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