Onkyo SKW-210 Question

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  1. Billy Patterson

    Billy Patterson Auditioning

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    Ive been a long time lurker and I decided to finally register and join in, so I'd first like to say I'm glad to be a part of the board. Now on to the business. Well, I have an Onkyo SKW-100 subwoofer that I blew out (Fight Club...WAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY too loud). I figured it was time to get a new one anyways, so I went ahead and ordered the SKW-210. Then it hit me like a ton of bricks. Does it have the same coaxial connection in the back as the 100? I can't find the specs on this anywhere and I'm not a home theater expert so I have no idea. Does anybody here know?
     
  2. JeremyErwin

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    Yes. It's pretty standard for a powered subwoofer. Oh sure, a bargain basement home theater in a box might have a strange proprietary connection, but the Onkyo stuff can be connected with an ordinary patch cord.
     
  3. Billy Patterson

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    thanks for easing my mind! I can't wait for it to come (although shipping cost almost as much as the unit itself!)
     
  4. JeremyErwin

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    If it's in transit, well, there's not much you can do except wait. But if you can cancel the order, you might look into ordering one of the dayton subwoofers (10", $99-$129 plus shipping) from Parts Express instead. Cheap. well made, and capable of 25 Hz.

    Sorry if I restirred those nagging doubts....
     

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