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Hello, I just got two Klipsch promedia 4.1 satellites in perfect condition from a flea market, without subwoofer and speakers wires but with the control pod. What would be the easiest way to connect them to my PC/monitor/console, please? I don't want to invest in any mini desktop amp or anything like that, I hope to find a 2.1 or 4.1 subwoofer in the future. I'm thinking of connecting the control pod to my PC's audio output; I can connect each satellite with 3.5mm ( 1/8" ) mono jack plug to 3.5mm stereo to an audio 3.5mm splitter jack that I can plug into one of the two minijacks on the side of the control pod. Would this solution work? If I'm not lucky finding a Klipsch promedia subwoofer, what would be a good substitution, please?
Hello folks, again new the forum, I was at a flea market and came across a sub-woofer by Definitive Technologies ProSub 800 cube, to my surprise it was acoustic suspension with pressure coupled passive radiator, I have a few other subs but for its size both being 8 inch and very compact in design, retails for $399 and got this for $75, rated at a true 20hz this was a great find. Does anyone own this type of sub and if they do, please let me know if you are as satisfied as I am with this sub. I will be using this sub in the bedroom because of its small footprint. I was surprised the bass radiator didn't have standing waves that would muddy the very lowest frequencies. Thoughts? , "With an Iron Fist and a Velvet Glove we are sheltered under the gun, in the glory game on the power train, thy Kingdom's will be done-and the things that we fear are a weapon they will use against us" Neil Peart-The weapon