Thanks for the feedback! BTW... your second image isn't showing up. Could you please try posting it again?
How is the B2 working for you? Do you feel it works as advertized? Does it have a + gain adjustment to help with feeding pro equipment a low level signal from a receiver's sub out? I ask because its main competitor (the eQ.2 from Elemental Designs) only has an attenuator. Like most people here I have a pro amp for my sub (I have a Samson Audio S700 amp) and have always wondered if it would sound better with a line level adjustor like the Samson Audio SCONV S-Convert Bump Box ($49 at J&R). If the B2 does both (SSF and level adjustor) for $89 it would be a steal. Not only that but the 20Hz boost could come in handy with an IB sub .
What... did I goof up something again... :rolleyesno: I never cease to amaze myself.
Yes, it does have a gain adjustment on it and it works well. I use it from my Onkyo 876 to the four EP2500's I have. No significant issues of any kind thus far... and the only minor one is the HPF only reaching the 12Hz or so area... not 10Hz, but again I consider that minor. It does better than any other HPF I have used, which is about all of them.
I am not quite sure I follow your question, but you do not need a splitter for the Reckhorn unless you plan on feeding two amps, in which case you could split from your sub pre-out to either Reckhorn or from the output of the Reckhorn to your amps.
If there is a question about hooking up your Onkyo and Rotel, you might want to ask that over in System Setup and Connection. :T
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