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    How to connect BassWave and Sat2 to amplifier?

    Hi, I have a JBL Music2 BassWave subwoofer and two Sat2 satellite speakers that I need to connect to the left and right speaker outputs of my integrated amplifier. I would highly appreciate it if someone could guide me on how to make the connections and the type of cables I need. Many thanks!
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    Since I donít won this model I have heard about it. Its 1990ís model if Iím not to mistaken.

    Anywhere here is a users manual instruction guide I take it its second hand and you donít have the manual for it?

    JBL Basswave users manual
    http://www.diysubwoofers.org/projects/other/basswave/BASSWAVE.pdf

    JBL Basswave technical manual
    http://manuals.harman.com/JBL/HOM/Technical%20Sheet/MUSIC%202%20SUB%20ts.pdf

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    I received an email reply from HCG and my question has been answered:

    Hi Mike,

    You are correct, this can be done. Here is what you want to do. Connect both your front speakers and your BASSWAVE to the front left and right speaker outputs, and you'll be good to go. To be more specific;

    1. Connect the left front speaker output to the left front speaker.
    2. Connect the left front speaker output to the left speaker input on the BASSWAVE.
    3. Connect the right front speaker output to the left front speaker.
    4. Connect the right front speaker output to the left speaker input on the BASSWAVE.

    Now this means that you will have two speaker wires connected to each front speaker output terminal on the back of your receiver.

    I hope this helps.

    Sincerely,
    Joe Chinnici
    HCG Customer Support

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