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Subwoofer needed

orcoaffamato, modified 4 Years ago.

Subwoofer needed

Youngling Posts: 13 Join Date: 11/21/14 Recent Posts


I have a pair of Genelec 8010A and a pair of Neumann KH120A and I need a subwoofer capable to handle all of them at the same time.

I use them with my Hauptwerk virtual pipe organ software and they are connected to two different stereo channels: great manual (KH120A) and Swell Manual (8010A). I would like to connect both manuals' channels and the mono pedal channel (at the moment connected to the KH120A) to a Genelec subwoofer.

Is it possible, for example (I was considering to buy the 7050B) to have the subwoofer and the monitors connected in this way?:

- great manual ---> 7050B inputs front L&R ---> 7050B outputs front L&R to KH120A

- swell manual ---> 7050B inputs rear L&R ---> 7050B outputs rear L&R to 8010A

- pedal ---> 7050B front input

Will the 7050B be powerful enough or have I to consider a bigger model? Thank you.