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Sound HS50 w/ generic computer subwoofer

Discussion in 'Monitoring & Headphones' started by Ridley, Dec 24, 2011.

  1. Ridley

    Ridley Active Member

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    United States
    Is there a way to hook tmy HS50s up with this? AxionTech.com-Best Value Computer Parts Hardware Software Laptop Servers Dallas Texashe back of the sub looks like this. http://i44.tinypic.com/2u8frja.jpg

    I realize this is probably not possible but I'm trying to save myself from buying another sub. (already have 3... all for computer setups though)
    This will be plugging into an M-Audio Fast track which has the RCA inputs on the back.

    What do you guys think?
     
  2. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Member

    Obviously nobody is thinking much about this. You already have a nice pair of speakers and you want to screw them up with a crappy computer sub woofer? You already have two others? WTF? What are you thinking? You've wasted your money on 3 subwoofers when you could've purchased an actual studio sub woofer. So take your sub woofers down to the pawn shop and get rid of them. Go to your local Guitar Mart and pick yourself up a studio subwoofer designed to interface with what you have. The KRK's ain't bad. And it has the proper circuitry already built-in to accomplish this. You're playing with toys and toys are toys, they're made for children. And this is what Santa brought you this year the same as last year and the year before? I think you should find a new Santa.

    HOHOHO HO my God...
    Mx. Remy Ann David
     
  3. Ridley

    Ridley Active Member

    Location:
    United States
    Wasted money? I've gotten a new speaker setup with each new computer I purchased over the years, so I have a few laying around. I just recently got into the recording groove so I wasn't aware of what is out there. Sure, I could lay down another 500 dollars on a sub woofer or I can make due with one I have right now. I'd prefer to not have lay down another large sum of money for little gain.
     
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