Video Creator’s Channel Edward Smith
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if you’re new here my name is Edward Smith and welcome to my Youtube channel and in Today’s video I’m going to show you how to connect a budget subwoofer to your home studio setup so before we get into this video. I first like to ask you to please smash that subscribe button down below click on the bell notifications so you don’t miss any of my future uploads. Secondly the links of all the products that we’re going to be going through in today’s video will be down in the description below as well and then last but not least make sure you watch all the way till the end of this video. So you don’t miss my little sound test comparison looking at budget speakers on their own compared to having a subwoofer as well so the way I. Like to see things when connecting a subwoofer to my home studio setup is that the subwoofer is the centerpiece.
The Cables Are Going To Run From
my audio interface into the subwoofer and then there’s going to be cables that run from the subwoofer into the studio monitors. As i turn the subwoofer. You will see that there are input connections and output connections for these certain cables. If you’re someone that has a focusrite scarlett solo like the one I have in today’s video. You will be needing trs cables to connect your audio interface to your subwoofer.
If Youre Someone That Has A Different
type of audio interface. Maybe a complete audio one by native instruments or this new Tascam audio interface that has RCa connections. You’re gonna need an RCa type out cable to connect them to this subwoofer so to connect my audio interface to. My subwoofer for today’s example I’m gonna use TrS cables. Remember you do need to use balanced TrS cables when it comes to subwoofers and studio monitors.
If Youre Using Rca Connections They
don’t have to be balanced. They usually aren’t anyway, but if you are using TrS connections make sure they are balanced and in terms of connecting them. It’s pretty simple. All you have to do is plug in the left and right cable on the back of the audio interface and then you just run them all the way to the back of the subwoofer and plug them into the right and left of the Trs input section as you can see like I said. If you’re using RCa connections you’re going to use the RCa side of an RCa type audio interface plug them in the back over here and then you’re going to plug them.
In At The Back Over Here By These
RCa connections in terms of connecting your subwoofer to your Presonus areas E3.5s or budget speakers. You can also use the same type of cables and plug them in right at the back of the out section of the subwoofer and then plug them in straight into the back of the Presonus Iris E 3. 5. So in terms of the cables you’re going to need you will obviously be needing Trs or RCa connections and you will be needing four.
Because Two Cables Will Be Used To
connect the audio interface to the subwoofer and then another two will be used to connect the subwoofer to the studio monitors to make it even more simpler. The way you would connect an audio interface to a set of studio monitors by just plugging in your two trs connections at the back you’re pretty. Much just plugging them in here and then having those same connections go out to the studio monitors. If any of you out there have bigger type studio monitors. Maybe more expensive monitors and you want to go for the same option of having a subwoofer as well.
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Remember That More Expensive Monitors Dont
have any RCa connections. So your only option will be to get trs cables so now that we’re done with the setup and the connecting side of things. Let’s jump straight into the sound test so that brings this video to an end of how to connect a subwoofer to your home studio setup and the difference in sound quality when just having budget speakers to that of a subwoofer as well. If you guys have any questions about today?’s video please leave a comment down below and I’ll try and get back to you as soon as I can, but other than that thank you so much for watching this video.
Edward Smith shows you how to connect a budget subwoofer to your home studio setup . He uses TrS cables to connect audio interface to subwoofers and studio monitors . If you’re someone that has a focusrite scarlett solo like the one I have in today’s video, you will be needing trs cables . The cables are going to run from my audio interface into the subwofer and then there’s going to be cables that run from the subwhofer into the studio monitors. As i turn the subwwoofer.& You will see that there are input connections and output connections for these certain cables. If you are using RCa connections they don’t have to be balanced, but if you’re using RCA connections they usually aren’t . They usually aren’t . They often aren’t usually . But if you’re using an RCa type out cable to connect them to this subwofers. You’re gonna need an RC…. Click here to read more and watch the full video