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Old 05-15-2019, 08:06 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by DVDdoug View Post
The "proper" solution is an active crossover.


A regular home theater receiver has a built-in crossover, but most only work with passive main/surround speakers and an active sub.


But, you can get-away with a basic Y-splitter (with appropriate adapters). That way you can send the signal to the monitors and the sub.


Of course, without a crossover the full frequency-range will be fed to both the monitors and the sub. The sub has a low pass filter, but some bass will come out of the monitors so there will be some overlap. (It looks like your monitors have a low roll-off switch but you can't control the "crossover" frequency.)

Thank you so much for your reply! I'm very newbie at this... so if possible, could you please give a bit more details on what is "appropriate adapters" mean?

and will
Nady CX-22SW 2-Way Stereo Crossover work for my case?

sincerely yours,
inari
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