Add speaker to PSW 108

I have a new PSW 108. My old Klipsch 10” sub has a blown amp,but good speaker and enclosure. Is there any advantage to addding the second speaker, and if so will the PSW 108 amp support it? Also, what’s the proper way to connect the two and not overload the amp.

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  • stevepstevep Posts: 88
    I wonder if you're asking if the speaker connectors on the back of the PSW108 can be used to connect other speakers (as outputs)?

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    Those are only used for speaker level inputs to the subwoofer. There isn't any external connections to the the subwoofer's amplifier and it isn't designed to work with additional speakers.
  • rooftop59rooftop59 Posts: 5,841
    mgennette wrote: »
    I have a new PSW 108. My old Klipsch 10” sub has a blown amp,but good speaker and enclosure. Is there any advantage to addding the second speaker, and if so will the PSW 108 amp support it? Also, what’s the proper way to connect the two and not overload the amp.

    Threads a little old, but the short answer is no.
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