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Replaceing speaker in a creative T20w?

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I have a pair of creative T20w they sound ok if you dont know what good audio is. I have some Z-680 speakers laying around (the amp is blown) so i decided to hook my Z-680 speakers up to my creative speakers. I opened the T20w up and just connected the Logitech speakers to the creative speakers. So now i have 2 z 680 speakers 1 z680 subwoofer and 2 creative t20w speakers. The speakers are still in left right stero i just connected the sub woofer to the left speaker. I was wondering if i disconnect the the T20w speakers from the t20w amp if it it would give my sub-woofer more power. I would just do it, but the wires are soldered and i do not have any more solder.
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what is that subs rating? Are the speakers sharing a channel?
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what is that subs rating? Are the speakers sharing a channel?
The sub is 188watts. The creative T20w is only 26 watts but i am still able to hear a difference in bass.
This is how i have it set up. 1 Z680 is connected to the left t20w and another z680 speaker is connected to the left t20w speakers. The subwoofer is connected to the left speaker. (i know i wont hear bass from the right speaker but i dont care.) Is their a way i can connect it so that the subwoofer gets both left and right audio. I know this is kind of cheap, but i dont have any money to spend and i absolutely hate having bad audio. + i have these z680's sitting around collecting dust.
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