Speakers for use with your stereo or home theatre receiver come in many types and brands. A premium brand of speaker that you may have or decide to use is Peavey. This type of speaker system consists of a subwoofer and satellite speakers. In order to connect multiple Peavey speakers together you will first need to determine how many speakers are going to be used with your sound system.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Female y-adaptor
- Subwoofer cables
- Two Subwoofers
- Speaker wire
- Satellite speakers
Verify that your stereo or home theatre receiver has only one "sub out" connector for a subwoofer. If so, connect the female y-adaptor to the "Sub out" connector. This will split the signal for the subwoofer.
Connect one end of a subwoofer cable into one of the jacks on the female y-adaptor. Connect the other end of the cable to the "sub in" jack on the subwoofer.
Connect the end of another subwoofer cable into the female y-adaptor. Connect the other end of the cable to the "sub in" jack on a second subwoofer.
Press the black speaker tab for one of the speaker connections on a subwoofer. Insert a speaker wire into the hole. Rrepeat this step for the red speaker tab.
Run the speaker wire to a satellite speaker. Insert the wire from the black tab on the subwoofer into the black tab on the speaker. Repeat this step with the wire from the red tab.
Connect speaker wire for additional satellite speakers to both subwoofers for the number of satellite speakers that you want to use.
Tips and warnings
- If the subwoofers are powered they will need to have their power cord plugged into an electrical socket.
- A Peavey subwoofer is designed to be used with two satellite speakers.
- Connect additional speakers to your stereo or home theatre receiver if there are additional speaker outputs available.
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