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To do this properly, you will need the frequency response curves for both your studio monitors and your subwoofer so that you can get the crossover frequency right: In the above graph, the red curved line is the subwoofer frequency response. The green line is the frequency response of your studio monitors. The crossover frequency is the point where the ...
The "Big Boxes" you have are both subwoofers with integrated amplifiers. You must connect each speaker to its appropriate amplifier, however, the Panasonic system requires a sound source that outputs 5.1 channel sound on RCA plugs. (The RCA marked "SW" would output sound from the "big box" itself.) Your Videocon amplifier has a passthrough, you could ...
I think you're really going to need a preamp. I don't have specs on the input requirements for your kit, but although they may have amplifiers built in, you'll want them driven at line level. And your mic just isn't going to manage anywhere near that. Get yourself a cheap preamp (even this one from Maplin for £4 should be enough)
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