PSW10, T15s, and SMSL SA50 50Wx2 amplifier for PC set up

RivieRivie Posts: 3
Hi,
I'm new here and I hope someone with much more experience than myself can point me in the right direction. I have a PSW10 with 2 T15s, and SMSL SA50 50Wx2 amplifier that I want to hook up to my PC. What would be the best way to set this up making sure I do not damage the PSW10? My fear is that because I have to hook up the SMSL amplifier to the PSW10s speaker input and the T15s to the PSW10s speaker output to be able to power them, that because both the sub and the amp are powered it may both dirty up the signal as well as have too much of an amplified signal. Not sure if the crossover in the amp takes care of this. I also thought of using y splinters to send one to the amp and the other to the sub, but that would have the T15s dealing with the low frequency that the sub should be handling. Hope I'm not making this more complicated than it is. Any and all help is certainly welcome and greatly appreciated.
Post edited by KennethSwauger on

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  • RivieRivie Posts: 3
    Hey Tony063. Thx! I really appreciate your help. I'll hook it up that way :)
  • RivieRivie Posts: 3
    That was the ticket. Hooked everything up and it sounds great. Nice clean sound. Again thx!
  • tonyp063tonyp063 Posts: 503
    You're welcome.
  • Jim ShearerJim Shearer Posts: 353
    I would be concerned for the long term safety of running a bridge tied load style amp into the speaker level inputs of the PSW-10. BTL amps are not common ground, which I believe is assumed for amps connected to the speaker level inputs of plate amps.

    For some info on BTL configuration, have a look at:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bridged_and_paralleled_amplifiers
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