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Duff_Da Posted 8 months 3 weeks ago
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I have a Forcefield 4 sub, which I use with my Triton Seven speakers. The sub is currently connected to my A/V receiver via the low level input. My question is...can you use both the high-level (speaker) connections at the same time as the low level (LFE) input? My idea is that I could purchase a second Forcefield 4, and use one to augment the bass from the left speaker, and one to augment the right speaker bass. In addition, I could also have dual subs connected to the subwoofer outputs on my AVR.

If possible, this could function sort of like the powered Tritons. I’m sure it wouldn’t be as effective, but it might be fun to try. Hiwever, none of this would work unless I could use both inputs at the same time.

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Moderator Posted 8 months 3 weeks ago
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Hi Duff_Da, Hopefully, I have some good news. It would be quite acceptable to use the low level, LFE input and the high level speaker inputs on the ForceField subwoofers at the same time. The ForceField subwoofers are designed to combine or sum together any bass they receive from the LFE input with any bass they receive from the speaker level inputs. Basically, the ForceField subwoofers will play any bass they receive. Your thoughts of connecting two ForceField 4s in stereo (via the speaker level connections) along with their LFE inputs should work quite well. Happy Listening!

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