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Two sets of monitors sharing a 7060 sub

paulrab, modified 6 Years ago.

Two sets of monitors sharing a 7060 sub

Youngling Posts: 2 Join Date: 2/19/13 Recent Posts
I have a stereo setup with the 8040 and would like to use the surround inputs/outputs of the 7060 or 7070 for my second set of monitors. Is that possible? My D-box monitor controller then feeds only 1 set of monitors at one time.

Is there a physical difference in the inputs between left/right, center, left rear, right rear on the 70.. series?
Thank you!
Greets Paul
ilkka-rissanen, modified 6 Years ago.

Re: Two sets of monitors sharing a 7060 sub

Yoda Posts: 2564 Join Date: 3/23/09 Recent Posts
Hi Paul,

There is no difference between different inputs/output except for the LFE input. You can use surround inputs/outputs for second set of monitors, but please notice that they are designed to work only with Genelec monitors. Where do you get the signal for this second set if your monitor controller only provides single output? Are you just planning to duplicate it or how?