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  • Writer's pictureCraig Whitaker

Can I Add a Sub-woofer to My Outdoor Speakers?

For those clients that want to kick up the sound of their outdoor music system, consider adding a sub-woofer to your outdoor music system. Episode offers 8”, 10”, and 12” versions of an in-ground sub-woofer. The in-ground sub-woofers require an external amplifier and depending on the size of the driver, will handle between 200 and 500 watts. This design requires a line level output from the amplifier powering your existing outdoor speakers. Be sure your amplifier has a line level output. Sonos amplifiers have this output. Episode also offers above ground and rock like sub-woofers. These sub-woofer types do not require an external amplifier. A sub-woofer can be wired to your existing to amplifier to create a 2.1 outdoor stereo system. However, to get the best performance from these speakers, a separate amplifier is recommended. Need help designing your outdoor entertainment system? Call 888-775-2673 to schedule your free consultation. To learn more about outdoor entertainment systems, please visit our website @ www.wbsouth.com/outdoor-living-spaces.

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