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Old 29th July 2011, 04:09 AM   #1
murphythecat8 is offline murphythecat8  Canada
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Hi, I have the fonkens speakers that really needs a sub.

But how do I power the sub, I need to get a dedicated amp just to power the sub?

Stupid question, but after half a hour of search, I can seem to see if there's a way to use my monoblocks to power the sub and my speakers at the same time.

thanks

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DSP's and multiple amps(or amp channels), or passive crossovers which wouldn't be so great....
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