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Two 8040B and one 7360A

rblino, modified 5 Years ago.

Two 8040B and one 7360A

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 5/12/18 Recent Posts


Any recommendations on how to best connect and set up two 8040B to one 7360A? I'm a begginer at this stuff... a bit confused about how to best connect a stereo setup to just one sub... 

Thanks in advance. 

manutal, modified 5 Years ago.

RE: Two 8040B and one 7360A

Jedi Knight Posts: 180 Join Date: 4/25/14 Recent Posts

Best way is to connect the speakers to the subwoofer and the subwoofer to the source / preamp / DAC.

From the source,DAC/preamp LEFT RIGHT outputs -> 7360 sub/ for example Left to input 3 and Right to input 4 ->  and to the 8040b's, connect the Left speaker to the subs 3 output and the Right to the 4th output. Now you have your signal cables connected.

Do you have the GLM2 box? If you have it I strongly recommend to run the Autocal and Autophase with GLM for the 7360A.