Ok, I feel stupid. I just realized I have a second set of main outs. I'm guessing this is what most use for hooking up a sub to the Synergy IIi.
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Unless the second set of mains have a volume control independent from the first set you still won't get what you want. If that is the case you can still use your second set of mains and buy a sub that has it's own remote volume control. There are many out there. I use a Velodyne DD10 which has DSP and room equalization too. My pre, a McIntosh C45 has a sub out and combines all the available low frequencies from all channels and is still completely analog. I need only the McIntosh remote because pushing the TRIM button and the up/down allows quick and easy volume control for the sub. This is not a P match between Mc and Rowland (which is superb). I mention this because the Mc C45 is the only analog pre I know of with this feature.