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    Default Looking to add a second Rythmik sub

    I have a Rythmik E15HP. It is over 10 years old and still thumping. I would like to add a second one of the same model due to some changes we have made around the house. It looks like the amps and configuration options are a bit different from the version I have. I am OK with the differences and plan (hope) to use room correction and EQ to smooth out any issues. My question is can I connect my the two E15ís together, perhaps in a daisy chain or do I have to explore some other option for running the two subs together? I canít tell from photos of the current E15HP whether it has a line out, but my E15 has a line out on the amp and my plan would be to use that to connect to the new sub. For folks that have made this work, Iíd love to hear from you as Iíd like to order the new one from Ascend with some other goodies to be announced this weekend. Thanks!

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    Default Re: Looking to add a second Rythmik sub

    Quote Originally Posted by malaplace View Post
    I have a Rythmik E15HP. It is over 10 years old and still thumping. I would like to add a second one of the same model due to some changes we have made around the house. It looks like the amps and configuration options are a bit different from the version I have. I am OK with the differences and plan (hope) to use room correction and EQ to smooth out any issues. My question is can I connect my the two E15’s together, perhaps in a daisy chain or do I have to explore some other option for running the two subs together? I can’t tell from photos of the current E15HP whether it has a line out, but my E15 has a line out on the amp and my plan would be to use that to connect to the new sub. For folks that have made this work, I’d love to hear from you as I’d like to order the new one from Ascend with some other goodies to be announced this weekend. Thanks!
    I'm not sure about daisy-chaining them together but I would suggest using a y-splitter if your amplifier doesn't have two sub-outs.
    Nate

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    Default Re: Looking to add a second Rythmik sub

    Or, if budget permits, look into either a miniDSP (+REW & a UMIK) or dSpeaker Antimode (8033 would suffice). The former is great for tweaking but there is a learning curve. The latter is plug & play. FWIW, I use both in my system - the miniDSP for HT, the dSpeaker for 2 channel

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