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Old 16th January 2013, 10:57 PM   #1
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I have a Lepai 2020 hooked up to 2 of these: TS-G4643R - 4" x 6" 2-Way Speaker with 130 Watts Max. Power | Pioneer Electronics USA

I wanted too hook up either a sub or another 4 inch 2 way....in total 3 speakers on a 2 channel and, how would i do that??!
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Old 17th January 2013, 03:02 AM   #2
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You can buy an active subwoofer made by Polk or Velodyne at Fry's for about
a hundred bucks. They work fine, will wire right in, and have some crossover
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I actually have an operational Velodyne...I'll dump to you for cheap PM if interested
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sorry to be such a noob...but whats that?
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I know what a pm is… whats the velodrome thing
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Velodyne subs, for example, here is one from Fry's as Mr Pass mentioned. It is way more than $100 though.

FRYS.com*|*VELODYNE
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A word of caution:

From what I know of T-amps (which isn't much), they cannot be connected to a sub with speaker wire inputs unless an special adapter is used. With the T-amps I have, both the black & red terminals are 'hot'; the sub assumes common ground for the speaker wire inputs & just ties the neutral lines together. I have been told that if you tie the two 'neutral' lines from a T-amp together, the amp will release the magic smoke.

I never tried/tested this, as I don't want to lose an amp.

As always: check with a knowledgeable person before proceeding--like going over to the forum where folks are building T-amps and have experience.

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