How to connect powered subwoofer to receiver without subwoofer output?
A wireless subwoofer system is the very first thing you can think of when it comes to smart and superb musical surroundings. But often we can’t meet both ends of budget and desire about wireless subwoofers. But if you’ve become one lucky owner of such device, then congratulation for almost being to the next level of home theatre.
Now, let’s come to the point. As you know, a wireless subwoofer needs to be settled up with precise connection and the right set of accessories. And for many of us, it’s quite a tough process.
But worry not, we’re here to make it clear to you. Keep rolling your eyes throughout the article.
Getting on A Wireless Subwoofer
We all know how awesome environment changer a subwoofer is. But ever thought of the troubles that you can get from those ‘ground loops’ of wires that this device brings on with itself? Well, they are not only against the house decoration, but also, they often call upon connectivity problems.
So, a smarter option is a wireless subwoofer with which many of the ‘ground loops’ problems can be resolved. And also, less issues with the connectivity, and always are plug-and-play mode- these are some of the other benefits of it.
Connecting A Subwoofer and A Receiver Wireless
Wireless subwoofer speakers work just as like most of the other wireless input-output devices. The signals are sent digitally through a transmitter and the receiver, which is plugged in, received it. All you need to provide power to the subwoofer from a wall outlet socket.
As promised, here is the complete guide to connect a wireless subwoofer to its receivers-
Steps to connect an electrically powered subwoofer to its receiver in a wireless way-
Step 1: Plug in The Devices
To get started with the process, the very obvious first task is to power up the subwoofer, the receiver and the subwoofer adapter. This can be done for both subwoofer and receiver from the nearest wall mounted power outlets.
Step 2: Plug in A Sending Unit to the Subwoofer
Now, find out the sending unit port which is located at the back of the AV receivers, probably. And insert a sending unit to it. This will send the electric signal to the receiver.
Step 3: Get the Receiving Unit Right on Action
I guess you’ve already powered up the receiving unit of the system. Now adjust the settings and receiving option to get the signals that the subwoofer. Usually, in most of the receivers, there is no manual task at all.
Step 4: Enjoy the Thrill Sound
Almost done. Check again all of the cable connections you have made in last few steps. If everything’s okay, now give something as input in the subwoofer. The rest of the process should be autorun.
Some Tips Before You Start
- Using wireless power up for the subwoofer itself is quit an inefficient idea. They consume a huge amount of power and provides a very little output.
- Also, if you’re thinking of powering up the subwoofer with batteries, that would could be a costly idea.
- A wireless connection between the subwoofer and receiver works way better than any RCA or other sorts of cable connection.