Does anyone know what exactly is a "Voltage Divider Linear Network for Driving Active Sub-Woofers" ??
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Can this connection used as an OUTPUT to connect to another amplifier or to a reel-to-reel taper recorder for recording purposes? I would like to connect directly to the input of an older basic amp to run speakers somewhere else in our home. Is this doable?Forget about the fancy name, I believe it is Ok to connect to an amplifier, just have to make sure you turn the volume control all the way down when you first time power up the amplifier, the output could be too high for your amp.
If I may try to explain what I'm trying to accomplish if it doable: From the integrated amp, I connect RCA jacks into the L & R Sub-Woofer connections. It seem to me like the Sub-Woofer connectors are connected to the volume control of the integrated amp, so as the integrated amp raises or lowers speaker volume, so does it applies also to the "sub-woofer". The other end is connected to a basic amp like a DYNACO 150 RCA Input plugs. [This DYNACO by the way has no volume controls; it is a simple power amp]. From the output of the DYNACO the speaker wires are connected and connect to a Stereo L PAD and from there to the speakers. In essence, the L-Pad is the "volume control" and keeps a balance of 4 to 8 ohms to the speakers.
QUESTION: Will this work? Am I at risk of blowing something? Thanks again for any imput on this matter.