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Two pair of monitors one 7050B

monitorman, modified 3 Years ago.

Two pair of monitors one 7050B

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Is it possible to use one 7050B (or any G 5.1 subs) with two pairs of active speakers? I mean 2x 2.1 system with one Genelec 7050B. Both pairs are not powered/used at same time.

Like this -> UAD Apollo X main monitor out > Pair of 1029A + UAD Apollo X line 3/4 out > Pair of Yamaha DBR12 + Using one 7050B subwoofer.

Using Front left + Front right for 1029A and Rear left + Rear right for Yamaha.