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billyb211

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I have a Sony STR-DG720 AV Receiver which as an RCA male plug outlet for the subwoofer. My subwoofer, part of a DAV-FX10 home theatre system, ( I ditched the player for the new receiver but kept the speakers) has speaker wire connections. As it is not powered will I have to buy a subwoofer that is powered or is there some other way to connect the receiver.
 
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I have a Sony STR-DG720 AV Receiver which as an RCA male plug outlet for the subwoofer. My subwoofer, part of a DAV-FX10 home theatre system, ( I ditched the player for the new receiver but kept the speakers) has speaker wire connections. As it is not powered will I have to buy a subwoofer that is powered or is there some other way to connect the receiver.

You could also buy a mono amplifier and use it to drive the existing subwoofer, but frankly, you will be happier with a better sub.
 

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I have a Sony STR-DG720 AV Receiver which as an RCA male plug outlet for the subwoofer. My subwoofer, part of a DAV-FX10 home theatre system, ( I ditched the player for the new receiver but kept the speakers) has speaker wire connections. As it is not powered will I have to buy a subwoofer that is powered or is there some other way to connect the receiver.



You can buy an speaker-level (passive) model. All main speaker wire go directly to it first then out to the speakers; the sub will have a built-in crossover. You will need to adjust the receiver.
 
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