What would happen if...

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Jonathan T, Dec 15, 2002.

  1. Jonathan T

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    You'd be asking your speakers to play too low a signal. They can't handle it and you'd probably kill them. Why are you asking anyway?
     
  2. Haris Ellahi

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    What would happen if I attached the LF post of my Klipsch RF-7 to the "subwoofer out" from a amplifier or A/V receiver? Do you think it would ruin the woofers as they will be getting a subwoofer signal?
     
  3. Haris Ellahi

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    Thanks guys.

    However, how the heck did Jonathan T's post get above mine??!!??
     
  4. Michael R Price

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    Er, the subwoofer out from a receiver or processor is not amplified and wouldn't make much noise. If you sent that output to an amplifier then to the RF-7s... sure, it would work and there'd only be a chance of damaging them if you played something very low and loud. You'd just be listening to the speakers playing the bass only. If you want to drive the RF-7s full range with the LFE signal included, you can set them to large and tell your processor you don't have a subwoofer.
     

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