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G5 and F2..?

1bitdac, modified 2 Years ago.

G5 and F2..?

Youngling Posts: 4 Join Date: 1/19/15 Recent Posts


is it any idea to use G5 and few F2 subwoofers around the room together? The room is a big loft room.. almost 4 meters high and maybe 60m2.

If so how many F2 subwoofers? ..2,3,4..? Is it needed to loop the G5 signals through one F2 for filtering?

It is just for two channel stereo.

Thanks for comments..

f2 g5


antong, modified 2 Years ago.

RE: G5 and F2..?

Padawan Posts: 76 Join Date: 6/12/20 Recent Posts

Hello, 1bitdac!

Yes, you can use G5 and F2 together. 3-4 pcs of F2B will match a pair of G5 maximum SPL. If subwoofers are placed close to a wall or a corner and you dont usually play that loud, 2 pcs can be sufficient. 
You can wire signals thru one subwoofer to G5. Then link secondary subwoofers to the first one. This is explained in operating manual page 6:

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