RS 1000 and RS 500 home subwoofer amplifiers: common use diagrams.

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The AudioControl RS1000 and RS 500 DSP controlled subwoofer amplifiers are the ultimate bass amplification solution for any home theater, multi-zone audio system, or for a 2.1 channel music system. (RS 500 available now, RS 1000 coming soon).

The RS series amplifiers deliver a constant power output of 500 or 1000 watts at 8/4/2 Ohms and offer IP and IR control, web based setup menus, balanced XLR and unbalanced RCA loop outputs with an optional high-pass filter, graphic and parametric EQ, crossover, delay, and phase control. See the product manual for more information.

Here are some common use diagrams:

2.1 system: This example shows how to use an Avalon G4 amp in Bridged mode to power a pair of speakers and the RS 500 is powering a passive sub speaker (in wall or in room).

Adding a sub to a zone in a multi-zone system: The Director D2800 amplifier is sending high level amplified signals to the RS 500’s speaker cable inputs.

Using an RS 500 with a home theater receiver or processor:

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