However, not all subwoofers are so simple and straightforward, depending on the specific model and maybe some personal experience. Also, wiring in more than one sub isnt hard at all, you just gotta know whether you want it in series or parallel and that depends upon what ohmage your amp can handle and the impedance of the voice coil s on your sub s.But then again the internet, like you mentioned, provides wiring diagrams.I only use a single splitter now, but at one time I used a splitter and then had 2 splitters off of that.
I have another amp now, Pioneer 4 channel amp 35x4 watts.Next If you speakers have biwire terminals and you remove the jumpers then you can safely hook up an amp to each pair of terminals.That said, I can guarantee you that if you are looking for louder bass there is better ways to do it than doing something as dumb as wiring two amps to one sub.If anyone needs a diagram I am pretty sure there is some sites on the web that can give you a diagram based on your shit, or I can draw one up for ya too. They are labeled Left and Right line-in inputs, but for a typical home theater, you only have one cable coming from the receiver to the subwoofer.
Next I guess in theory, cheaper electronics could benefit from biwiring more than higher end, never really put that much thought into it.If you followed the steps above, you've properly hooked up your subwoofer.This '0-180 phase control' stuff sounds cool but it's just confusing those who really don't know this stuff.