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tiny mighty II, can it be hooked up to an rca ht in a box?

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by markMando, May 6, 2005.

  1. markMando

    markMando Auditioning

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    just curious, giving my sister my old rca hometheater in a box.
    just wondering tho, can a dayton tiny mighty II be hooked up to it.
    it would be replacing a non-powered sub. the rca receiver just has a red and black wire input (just like ones for the fronts and backs) on back for subwoofer, no subwoofer cable input.


    thanks for any input.
     
  2. John Garcia

    John Garcia Executive Producer

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    You should be able to hook it up the same way as the existing one, it will just use the signal from the speaker level input and it's own power.
     
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    The receiver should still have an RCA subwoofer out connection.
     
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    John Garcia Executive Producer

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    Many HTiB receivers do not. They are designed to work with the speakers they came with only, and since the included sub is passive, they didn't include a sub pre-out to help keep costs down.
     

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