Improve Audio With Bose Subwoofer Cables
Whether you have a Bose home theater or a sound system, you need to make sure everything is connected properly. Bose subwoofer cables will help you connect your audio effectively. Various options allow you to control your setup effectively.What is a Bose subwoofer cable used for?
A subwoofer cable is used to connect a speaker to an audio amplifier so that low-frequency sound signals can be produced. Depending on your setup, you might need multiple subwoofers that require you to have multiple cables. It is important for you to review your entire setup to determine what's going to connect where. Otherwise, you could be missing an important connection that will affect the sound that is produced from your subwoofer.What are the available lengths of Bose subwoofer cable?
The lengths of cable that you need are based on your setup. If your subwoofer is on the other side of the room from where your amplifier is located, you will want longer cables. Additionally, if your Bose speakers are located next to your amplifier, you do not want excess cable that can become bunched or kinked up or become a safety issue. Measure your room before choosing the length of the cable for the subwoofer, which is available in the following increments:
- 5 to 9 feet
- 20 to 25 feet
- 25 or more feet
There are various connector options, so consult your owners' manual to determine what type of connection you need for the cables you are selecting. Once you know that information, you can select from the following:
- RCA output
You can choose a color to match your room or blends in with the surroundings, including with your subwoofer.
Make sure to get the necessary cables based on the home theater or stereo setup that you have. Bose may have special features in the subwoofer cable based on the type of subwoofer that you have. It will often be based on whether your speaker is passive or active. If the subwoofer is active, it will allow you to increase the volume because it has an internal amplifier. As such, an RCA cable may not have all of the same component wiring inside of it as a subwoofer cable has.