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Can I use 7350A sub with non-Genelec speakers ?

shiroryu, modified 5 Years ago.

Can I use 7350A sub with non-Genelec speakers ?

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 7/1/17 Recent Posts


This is my first post. I am considering buying a Genelec 7350A sub to use with existing non-Genelec front speakers that do not have a high-pass filter.

Is it possible to have the 7350 outputs be filtered (typically with a 85Hz high-pass) ?

markus-kahelin, modified 5 Years ago.

RE: Can I use 7350A sub with non-Genelec speakers ?

Jedi Knight Posts: 109 Join Date: 3/16/10 Recent Posts


This kind og use case is not supported by the features of 7350A subwoofer. Bigger models 7360A and 7370A offer a fixed 85Hz cross-over filtering for the analog outputs and this way can be used with 3rd party devices.


Best Regards, Markus

Genelec Support Team