I am not sure about best way but I was using splitter at the o/p of ET3SE going to my SB13 ultra. There was no detectable loss in audio quality from speakers.
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My current sub is a 14 year old Velodyne. Pretty much a johnny one note. Looking around I noticed Klipsch has wireless sub and REL can connect directly to an amplifier. Has anyone tried these connections. I just bought a pair of Aerial 5T's very sweet sound and the bass is pretty good but I want a little more punch at the bottom. A smaller sub would be preferable and in the $800 range.
Take a look at this SVS SB-1000. The owners manual will show you all the options for hooking up a sub. BTW,I think that the SB-1000 would be a good match with the 5T’s!
I better add a few notes.......
If you have a Johnny One note sub
Try DIRAC room software
If you have a "one note" room node, my guess is it will be the same unless new sub has frequency adjustments
The Dirac & A cheap USB mic really is amazing what it can do
Amarra has a trial you can try
all you need is a $65 USB mic and you can hear it yourself
I know the frustration of " one note" bass