From L/R output or L/R input on the back of Nanopatch? I noticed that your Rhythmik L22 has volume control on the back. Home > Latest > Home Audio > Home Audio > Loudspeakers > Subwoofers > Loudspeakers > Subwoofers > Subwoofer Back Panel Controls Explained, Your email address will not be published. The trigger simply allows you to turn the subwoofer amplifier on and off remotely from your home theater receiver or processor, so that when you turn the power on and off with your system remote control to the receiver, you’ll actually be switching the amplifier in the subwoofer on and off. JavaScript is disabled. 
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. That should work unless the input sensitivity of the sub with the volume control is much lower than the other. Are there any external control that I can buy to use it as a knob to remotely increase or decrease the volume/gain? It’s where you set how loud the subwoofer is going to sound for a given input signal. What you’re listening for is there is going to be a setting that gives you fuller and slightly louder bass. The first adjustment – and the most obvious – is the Volume Level. You just have to separate both cables. Come join the discussion about home audio/video, TVs, projectors, screens, receivers, speakers, projects, DIY’s, product reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! A forum community dedicated to home theater owners and enthusiasts. One has a specs of 30Hz-150Hz and 250 W RMS, the other has 19Hz-270Hz and 300W RMS. Just leave that sucker on maximum and let your external control do all the heavy lifting, with a precision potentiometer of your choosing for smooth, gradual changes in volume. Advertisement. Andrew Welker, Axiom Audio Design Engineer, explains the subwoofer controls and amplifier settings on the back panel of powered subwoofers, and offers advice on what you may need to adjust. We recommend that if you’re using a home theater receiver or processor, to set the volume as a starting point at the midway point. Which one is correct? This is to ensure that the input signal from the sub and the input signal from the receiver are always at the correct levels. Help!!! Thanks, Bill. There’s a 0° setting and a 180° setting. Also set the Master Volume knob on the NanoPatch all the way up to 0dB. Think your CDs sound as good as they can? Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This switch really defines how the subwoofer is going to interact with your main front speakers. If you’re using a stereo amplifier and you don’t have bass management available to you, you’re going to now set the crossover point to whatever makes sense with the speakers that you’re using. That should work unless the input sensitivity of the sub with the volume control is much lower than the other. I have a subwoofer that does not have a volume control (knob). Enricoclaudio, how will this hook up with my subwoofer to get full control of the volume. DIY Stereo Volume Control Module(easy): Hello, I am new here at this site and would love to share my projects with everyone who finds them interesting. Set the volume to the sub with no control first via the AVR, then bring up the volume of the second sub using its volume control. Finally we have an input on our subwoofers that’s labelled Trigger. Whether matching an entry-level or expensive turntable, choose among six great phono cartridges for budgets from $150 to $750.