Subwoofer has coax and rca but receiver uses speaker wire

I have a home subwoofer with a coax out, and rca outputs but my receiver connects subwoofers with speaker wire. What can I do
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  1. Your subwoofer has an amplifier built in so you if your receiver doesn't have an RCA sub out you will need a speaker to line level converter such as this
    http://www.mcmelectronics.com/product/60-10385&scode=GS401&CAWELAID=1248439642?catargetid=1545764029&cagpspn=pla&gclid=CKzE1rmwwbkCFRQOOgodwRcAwA
  2. americanaudiophile said:
    Your subwoofer has an amplifier built in so you if your receiver doesn't have an RCA sub out you will need a speaker to line level converter such as this
    http://www.mcmelectronics.com/product/60-10385&scode=GS401&CAWELAID=1248439642?catargetid=1545764029&cagpspn=pla&gclid=CKzE1rmwwbkCFRQOOgodwRcAwA


    Thanks man! It's much appreciated. I assume this will also work with a home audio system? I probably should have said I'm referring to a home sub and home audio system
  3. Hmm does your amp have one set or A + B speaker outs? You'd need a subwoofer with both speaker in/out if your amp only has one set but do state exact models of your equipment so we can better assist ^^
  4. Works in home and auto applications. No problem.
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