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How to connect Powered Subwoofer to Mixer?

At first I was reluctant to answer this question, as I believe in order to do this properly, will cost more than the value of said sub-woofer. However as nobody else has commented, I will give you ...
Edwin van Mierlo's user avatar
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squared stage and (4) speaker position

I wouldn't run stereo in that setup at all. The closest approximation you would achieve would have only those in the centre of each block being able to hear the image... You would also only be able ...
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What rig or custom components would help record 360 degrees of stereo audio, not unlike human ears in a theatre

There are many different ways of recording 360 degree audio, binaural is probably the most common for for example VR/AR (usually 'headlocked', meaning the sounds stay in the same place relative to ...
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What rig or custom components would help record 360 degrees of stereo audio, not unlike human ears in a theatre

The Neumann KU-100 is designed specifically for binaural recording and testing. It requires post-processing after recording, but is as close to "standard" as things seem to get in this area.
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How to connect Powered Subwoofer to Mixer?

PreSonus has come to the rescue! Check out: PreSonus MicroStation BT at your fav search engine. It allows you to connect your mixer to active speakers (studio or pa), as well as your hifi rca input ...
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How to connect Powered Subwoofer to Mixer?

It's not ideal, but if you don't use the headphone output on the mixer, just run a stereo 1/4" to rca y-splitter cable to the rca inputs of the subwoofer. Otherwise, I'd have to agree that it would be ...
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