amheck Posted February 6 Share Posted February 6 Hi all, I have a Willsenton R300 integrated amp coming today and was reading up on adding subs. As there are no sub outs on this amp (but multiple speaker outs of varying resistance), I think I would have to rely on high level line connections. I think hooking up 1 sub is pretty straightforward but I have always read that multiple subs will help even out the bass response in the room. 1. The subs I am looking at (HSU ULS15 or Rythmik F15HP) only have line level in, so I think you need to run a connection from the amp to the speaker and then another run from the amp to the sub. So the crossover on the sub takes care of the sub output, but then the speakers are getting full range. Is that an issue? Usually, I'd think you'd have a high pass filter, but without a line level out of the sub, I'm not exactly sure if this is a concern or not. 2. On another forum, it was suggested to hook up the left speaker outs to the left sub and the right speaker out to the right sub, but I'm concerned this is not the proper way to integrate multiple subs into a 2 channel setup. I think you'd want both L and R to both subs but man, that's a lot of speaker wire out of our speaker outs on the amp. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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