Also using your 10" will only hurt the performance of your 15", due to the fact that you'll have to regulate it's ability so you don't blow your 10" up. If you use just the 15" you'll definitely see the benefits of your upgrade, because you'll be able to use it to it's full potential.Hey that raises another question. Because I have a 10" and 15" sub. Will this cause a confliction. Should I not mix subwoofer sizes. The 15" is what I upgraded to and I figured that the 10 shouldnt just sit around
Depending on the connections in the back of the 10 I would wire it to be used as a bass enhancer for the main speakers. To do this you would send the main speaker wires to the subs high level inputs then out from the sub to the mains, you may want to move this sub to a spot inbetween the two mains if possible. After doing this you would change the setting on you AVR to view the main speakers as Large. The 15 would be wired as a sub using the LFE output.Hey that raises another question. Because I have a 10" and 15" sub. Will this cause a confliction. Should I not mix subwoofer sizes. The 15" is what I upgraded to and I figured that the 10 shouldnt just sit around
Thanks for the reply Dolus. I found out it was the sub vol on the Onkyo(raised it to 0db), so now it's evened out with my SVS sub. Now imma rockin'. I also ordered a splitter as well, so only 1 is hooked up right now.I know nothing about Parasound amps but a quick Google and the ones I can find are all power amps. Ideally you need an amp with its own volume/level control so you can set the level separately from the main amp. Think subwoofer here, they have their own level controls. Once the level has been set correctly or to taste to match what is happening from the speakers there will be no need to touch it again and the overall volume for everything is controlled via the main amp.