Hooking up PSW10 to Dayton DTA-2.1BT

The Dayton DTA 2.1BT has a high level mono sub out with a 180 he low pass for a passive sub. Can I hook up to just one channel of the speaker wire input on the PSW 10? Will that affect output level of the sub. Or better to use the high level LR input and the out to the speakers? Or hook up the mono high level output to both speaker wire inputs?

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  • popspensepopspense Posts: 2
    Thanks, I’ll just forget about the sub output and go with the LR outputs to the sub then to the speakers.
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 1,405
    popspense wrote: »
    Thanks, I’ll just forget about the sub output and go with the LR outputs to the sub then to the speakers.

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