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Connect SVS sub to JBL Monitors
Old 4 weeks ago
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Connect SVS sub to JBL Monitors

Hi guys
I have JBL 306P MKII monitors and Yamaha MG10XU as audio interface.

Need to add a sub but JBL LSR310s has only ~30hz (27hz) low

I also planning to watch movies on this so thinking of adding something like SVS PB-1000 which can hit 20hz or low

But how can i connect that to my system
https://image.ceneostatic.pl/data/pr...000-czarny.jpg
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Any help?
Old 4 weeks ago
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need to add a sub but JBL LSR310s has only ~30hz (27hz) low
Why but? Those specs are fine for a sub.
To connect a sub, you would connect your outs from your sound card into your sub inputs (left and right channels). Then you connect your studio monitors to your sub outs (left and right channels)

Audio interface --> Sub --> Studio Monitors
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Originally Posted by CJ Mastering View Post
Why but? Those specs are fine for a sub.
To connect a sub, you would connect your outs from your sound card into your sub inputs (left and right channels). Then you connect your studio monitors to your sub outs (left and right channels)

Audio interface --> Sub --> Studio Monitors
Thanks for your reply, but i am asking how to connect HT sub like SVS to my existing system described above.
refer the SVS back image again
https://image.ceneostatic.pl/data/pr...000-czarny.jpg
Old 4 weeks ago
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but i am asking how to connect HT sub like SVS with RCA connectors to my existing system described above.
Image doesn't work for me. But if your sub has RCA connectors as you stated and that is all i can go by, then you just need cables and/or adapters, like RCA to TRS or XLR, depending on the input and output types of the monitors you are connecting it to

For me, i would not use unbalanced connections like RCA for subs and monitors. I want my monitoring chain to be as clean and shorty as possible. It wont be with adapters and unbalanced connections
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