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Old 23rd April 2011, 03:37 PM   #1
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Default Sure 4x100 as 2.1 setup

I accidently posted this in the other forum.

I am wanting to run a sure 4x100 amp in a 2.1 configuration for computer speakers. Since the outputs can't be bridged I was just thinking that I could run a DVC sub off channel 3/4, would that work, or is there a better way? Also I will need to wire up a pot for volume control. Is there a wiring diagram that shows a master volume control and then also a fade control to control the sub relative to the main speakers? Thanks for your help!
 
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