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Ok I have a line out on the back of my amp and a line in on the back of my sub (both are L+R RCA plugs), Question is if I connect the two will it work and let me have the speakers connected straight to the amp instead of going through the sub
 

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Your going like this?<br />
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Amp Line Out -> Sub Line In<br />
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Whatever you put through the amp will also go out to the Sub (Subwoofer i assume?) It would go through the Amp to the Sub not visa versa.
 

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I would try it but I don't know what will happen, can someone enlighten me
 

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Line Out is axactly that, a line for audio to come out of. Line In is where you want to feed a Line Out to. Audio will <b>not</b> come in through a Line Out nor will it come out through a Line In. <i>Mixing them up will not blow anything to hell and gone.</i><br />
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When you say Amp are we talking like a guitar amplifier? Or an amplifier for like a car stereo?
 

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Stereo amp for a hi-fi
 

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Ah yeah you got the right idea there. Hook it up like you said. It won't destroy anything if that's what your worried about.
 

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Yay it works now the sub stays at a constant level instead of of going completely inaudiable when I have the volume down low
 
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