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How to Connect Rumblewood Subwoofer Diagram

This applies to the following Rumblewood Subwoofers

Your Rumblewood Subwoofer is a powered subwoofer and expects to receive line level inputs from your audio source.  Common audio sources include televisions, sound bars, and audio receivers depending on your setup.

Option A above is the preferred connectivity.  If your audio source has an LFE or subwoofer output, connect this to the LFE Direct input on your Rumblewood Subwoofer.

If your audio source does not have an LFE or subwoofer output, Option B allows connecting your Rumblewood Subwoofer to any left/right line level outputs on your audio source.  Internally, your Rumblewood Subwoofer will mix the left/right signals extracting the low frequency signal from both.

Your Rumblewood Subwoofer includes a 6′ RCA cable that can be used for either Option A or Option B above.  If you need a longer cable, we recommend using a coaxial cable with RCA connectors for distances longer than 6′.

Connecting televisions, sound bars, receivers, and subwoofers together can be complicated.  We want to help. If you have any questions or concerns, please Get In Touch.