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Sorry if this is already a topic, but unfortunately, i couldnt find it after i did a search. I even tried to google it and find photos of the back of the 1124p. still nothing.

But anyho.

I am about to purchase a 1124p and I wanted to know what wires I need to connect it.
I know the wire going into the sub and receiver is a RCA end. but what about connecting
into the 1124? is it a XLC? RCA? or a 1/4 Jack.

what wires do I need?

Thanks.


btw. the receiver I am using is a Pioneer VSX21-txh, and the sub is a SVS SB12-nsd.
 

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Welcome to the Forum, dunkman!

Behringer’s web site has pictures of the 1124P’s front and back panels. The BFD has both XLR and ¼” connections. You can use cables with RCAs on one end and ¼” plugs on the other.




Alternately, you can use a mic cable with XLRs between the BFD and the sub.




Regards,
Wayne
 

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thanks wayne, I appreciate it..

is there any difference in sound quality between the XLR and 1/4 jack cables.
 
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