connection issue: old subwoofer

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  1. soulohio

    soulohio Member

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    I found a JBL E150P at the salvation army for a low price and figured I would give it a spin. Problem is how to hook it up to my computer. It has bare wire and a stereo RCA connectors.
    hookup is so:

    USB out of computer > PreSonus Audiobox 1/4 inch plug out to XLR > big volume knob out to 1/4 plug out to > XLR in to LR305

    I need to split this somewhere without balling up the signal... where should I do it and what could I use?
    I think maybe out of the volume knob...so I need a 1/4 inch plug on one end with an RCA out combo plug which terminates to the male XLR to the LSR? There are no outputs on the LSR305's

    edit: I need a Y cable in there out to RCA... I am checking B&H... any idears lads?

    edit #2: this looks to be a bit more difficult to source than I originally thought. I do have a headphone 1/4 stereo out of my Audiobox. I also have dual RCA inputs on the subwoofer. It might be better to do it like that...
     
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  2. walterw

    walterw Gold Supporting Member

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    that seems feasible, just scrounge up the 1/8" stereo mini-jack to dual RCA hosa adapter.
     
  3. soulohio

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    I got the plug ordered on amazon. thanks mate.
     

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