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Jamo S 801 PM Powered bookshelf speakers with Bluetooth® (Black)

Item # 701S801PMB

I had these nice-looking speakers set up and playing music in just a few minutes, with no receiver necessary.

I had these nice-looking speakers set up and playing music in just a few minutes, with no receiver necessary.

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Item # 701S801PMB

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About the Jamo S 801 PM

Jeff Miller

Nice looks, nice sound, less fuss

I had a chance to audition a pair of the Jamo S 801 PM powered speakers recently. It was easy to get them set up and playing music in my home office in just a few minutes. This is the powered version of Jamo's passive S 801 speakers. So it features the same attractive look and expansive sound that earned high marks from Crutchfield customers. But in this case, no extra amp or receiver is necessary. 

Nice looks, nice sound, less fuss

I had a chance to audition a pair of the Jamo S 801 PM powered speakers recently. It was easy to get them set up and playing music in my home office in just a few minutes. This is the powered version of Jamo's passive S 801 speakers. So it features the same attractive look and expansive sound that earned high marks from Crutchfield customers. But in this case, no extra amp or receiver is necessary. 

I simply pulled them out of the box, connected the left and right speaker with the included speaker wire, and plugged them into an AC outlet. From there, I was able play music wirelessly from my phone via Bluetooth. Then it was just all about positioning them the right distance from the wall, so that the rear-firing port gave me the preferred amount of bass.  

Back of the Jamo S 801 M

The Jamo S 801 PM powered speakers feature a number of wired inputs to go along with the built-in Bluetooth — plus a subwoofer output. 

Designed to complement your decór

These compact, monitor-style speakers sport an interesting "wedge" shape —  the front panel is slightly narrower than the back. They come with a removable magnetic grille covered in a linen tweed fabric, which I could definitely see fitting in nicely with certain furniture. I personally preferred the "grilles off" look, since the striking wood accents helped punctuate my office's earth tone color scheme. 

Convenient connections for your music sources — and more bass!

Along with Bluetooth, Jamo offers a variety of wired inputs on the back of the right-hand speaker. An optical digital input gives you the option to use the speakers to bolster TV sound. There's a USB port for connecting to your computer, and analog RCA inputs for making a direct wired connection with another music source.  

When positioned correctly, I found these speakers deliver some nice bass punch for their size. But when you want to go even deeper, there's a mono RCA output on the back, so you can add a powered subwoofer and really hear some thump.

My listening impressions

I don't have many choices for where I can place audio gear in my small office. So fortunately, these speakers fit on either side of a short bookcase without making things feel too cramped. My work desk is about five or six feet away, and that felt like the sweet spot for these speakers. 

From that distance, the soundstage felt much larger — taller and wider — than the speakers themselves. And the imaging sounded on point, with vocals emanating from the center, and instruments coming from all directions. I really liked the overall sound presentation. If pressed I'd say that the upper mids and highs were particularly strong. Brandi Carlisle's haunting, echo-y vocals on "The Joke" sounded extra powerful. 

But like I mentioned earlier, these speakers produce bigger bass than you might expect. I listened to Freddie Gibbs and Madlib's hip-hop album Bandana, and heard a satisfying amount of sub-bass that gave it a cohesive feel — not detached, like that dreaded "rapping over a backing track" sound you get from speakers with weaker low end. 

One track that really played to the Jamo S 801 PM speakers' strength was "Creole Moon" by the late, great Dr. John. It features a hypnotic sax-fueled intro that gives way to a bouncy piano groove with snappy percussion. When the vocals came in, they were clear and distinct, but nicely blended into the mix.  

I was taken out of that whole "analytical" headspace, and sucked into the vibe of the song. And believe me, when you're evaluating audio gear, that's the place you want to be!    



Product highlights:

  • compact stereo speakers with built-in amplifier
  • built-in Bluetooth for wireless music streaming
  • each speaker features:
    • 1" soft dome tweeter with an integrated waveguide for focused high frequencies
    • 4" polyfiber woofer for punchy midrange and bass
    • bass-reflex (ported) enclosure
  • 50 watts total amplification
  • gold-plated binding post speaker terminals (6' speaker wire included to connect left and right speaker together)
  • optical digital audio input
    • offers up to 24-bit/96kHz resolution (2-channel PCM only)
  • RCA stereo analog audio input
  • USB Type B input for connecting your Mac® or PC (cable included)
    • compatible with music files up to 24-bit/96kHz resolution
  • RCA mono output for optional powered subwoofer
General info:
  • clean, attractive design with wood accent
    • removable magnetic grille covered in woven linen cloth
  • remote included
  • AC power connection required (power cable included)
  • frequency response: 76-26,000 Hz (±3dB)
  • speaker dimensions: 5-9/16"W x 11-5/16"H x 6-7/16"D
  • warranty: 2 years
  • MFR # 1067898

What's in the box:

  • Powered speaker (right)
  • Passive speaker (left)
  • 2 Grilles
  • AC power adapter (attached 56" DC cord)
  • AC plug insert
  • Remote control
  • 2 "AAA" batteries
  • 6.5' Length of 18AWG speaker wire (bare tinned wire on each end)
  • 6' USB-A to USB-B cable
  • Instruction Booklet
  • Important Safety Instructions

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Features & specs

Ethernet Port No
3.5mm Aux Input No
RCA Input 1
XLR Input 0
Phono Input No
1/4" Input 0
Digital Input Optical
HDMI Input No
Headphone Jack No
Subwoofer Output mono-RCA
Wireless Features
Bluetooth Built-in
Wi-Fi No
Wi-Fi Bands No
Driver Details
Tweeter Size (Inches) 1
Tweeter Type Soft-Dome
Tweeter Material Silk
Midrange Size (Inches) ---
Midrange Type ---
Woofer Size (Inches) 4
Woofer Type Polyfiber
Audio Specs
Watts RMS (Continuous) 50
Watts Maximum (Peak) 100
Frequency Response 76-26k
Max. Digital Audio Bit Depth 24-bit
Max. Digital Audio Sample Rate 96 kHz
Handheld Remote Yes
Control by app N/A
Amazon Alexa No
Google Assistant No
Other Specs
Width (Inches) 6.1875
Height (Inches) 11.25
Depth (Inches) 7.8125
Parts Warranty 2 Years
Labor Warranty 2 Years
The Jamo S 801 PM replaces these items:

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Two-Way Driver Design: The S 801 PM active loudspeaker features a 1" soft-dome silk tweeter for smooth, refined high frequencies, and a 4" polyfiber woofer for balanced, musical low end. The integrated WaveGuide focuses the high frequency sound for dynamic, true-to-life reproduction, while the rear-firing slot port allows for better low frequency extension.

Built-in Amplification: The Jamo S 801 PM's "Right Speaker" employs a built-in 25 watt (RMS) / 50 watt (Peak) x 2 channel amplifier to power both speakers in the system. The built-in amplifier has been custom deigned to maximize driver performance and eliminate the need for external amplification. The "Right Speaker" and "Left Speaker" are fitted with binding-post speaker terminals on the back of the cabinet and come with 6.5' of speaker wire (18AGW) to connect the speakers together.

Bass Reflex Enclosure w/ Magnetic Grille: The S 801 PM features a bass reflex enclosure with a rear-firing port for greater efficiency and bigger bass response. The S 801 PM comes with fully magnetic grilles (no mounting holes or push pins) for a clean, minimalistic front-baffle design, while the large woven linen grille cloth features a heavy texture which finishes off the active speaker's modern look. Wood accents also give the speaker cabinet a handcrafted, natural look.

Bluetooth Music Streaming: The Jamo S 801 PM active loudspeaker features built-in Bluetooth A2DP/AVRCP technology which allows you to wirelessly stream audio from your Bluetooth-enabled source device - such as your smartphone, tablet, laptop, or computer. You'll be able to stream stored music or music apps from your Bluetooth-enabled device and control basic playback from the included remote control. Advanced playback control and song/artist information will still be done from your Bluetooth device. Once paired, the S 801 PM will automatically re-connect with your device when in wireless range (up to 33').

Note: Due to the differences in Bluetooth technology, some Bluetooth enabled devices may be incompatible, function improperly, or may not support all features when used with the Jamo S 801 PM.

USB-B Input: The "Right Speaker" of the Jamo S 801 PM features a rear-panel USB (type-B) input for connecting your Windows PC or Mac computer/laptop. Through the S 801 PM's USB connection, you are able to play music files (up to 24-bit/96kHz) stored on your Windows PC or Mac computer/laptop through the powered speaker system.

Optical Digital Input: The Jamo S 801 PM is fitted with an optical (toslink) digital input on the back of the "Right Speaker" for connection to a digital audio device like your TV, Blu-ray, or CD player. The speaker's optical digital input will accept 2ch stereo PCM only (up to 24-bit/96kHz).

Aux Input: The Jamo S 801 PM is equipped with a stereo analog RCA input for connecting an external line-level audio device. If you want to connect a turntable to this Aux input, you'll need an external phono preamp (sold separately - see Accessories Tab) or a turntable with a built-in phono preamp.

Sub Out: The Jamo S 801 PM features a mono-sub RCA output on the back of the "Right Speaker" that allows you to connect a powered subwoofer for added bass response. Your powered sub should have its own low-pass crossover.

IR Remote: The Jamo S 801PM includes an IR wireless remote control for wireless operation of the powered speaker, plus control of your Bluetooth paired devices. The remote offers easy access to system features such as dedicated source selection, volume up/down, play/pause, and previous/next track. Make sure to point the IR remote at the IR sensor on the "Right Speaker".

Mounting Options: The Jamo S 801 PM can be placed on a speaker stand, bookshelf, table, or other flat surface. Integrated rubber feet secure the speakers in place and prevent any damage to your mounting surface

Note: There is no included bracket, keyhole slot, or threaded insert to wall-mount the speaker.

AC Power: The Jamo S 801 PM's "Right Speaker" which is equipped with the built-in amplifier must be plugged into an AC power outlet using the included AC power adapter with 56" cord.

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22 questions already asked

When using Bluetooth connection and/or RCA connection does it override or bypass the built in DAC of AMP?
frederick  Mar 17, 2023
1 answer
Greetings Frederick, and thank you for your question. Bluetooth sends digital bits, so when using that, you would be using the DAC in the Jamo S 801 PM. When connecting a device into the Jamp RCA inputs, you would be using the DAC in the source device, not the Jamo's DAC.
hogan  Mar 18, 2023 (Staff)
Does this speaker automatically cut off lower frequencies when a sub is connected? Or does the speaker continue to output at full range with a sub.
eric  Nov 02, 2022
1 answer
Greetings Eric, and thank you for your question. The Jamo S 801 will continue to play full range when a subwoofer is connected to them.
hogan  Nov 02, 2022 (Staff)
Hi...if I have have 2 pair of these set up separately in 2 separate rooms and play tunes thru them on my iphone or computer will they broadcast simultaneously? I don't see why they wouldn't given that they're both receiving the same bluetooth signal. Hey, did I just answer my own question>, Thanks Mike from Ma.
mike  Jan 14, 2022
3 answers
I think the limiting factor is how many devices can be transmitted to simultaneously via bluetooth. My iPhone will only feed one device. That is, when I hook up my Jamos speakers to the iPhone, the speakers cut out when in turn, I connect to a set of bluetooth headphones. I haven't tried the same with a laptop.
f e  Jan 15, 2022
If you have 2 sets of these speakers your phone's Bluetooth will recognize them as two separate devices and will only play on one at a time. There is a way to serialize them using a A,B,A+B switch if you can find one that works with Bluetooth devices. I purchased a Yamaha receiver from Crutchfield with a built in such switch so I can broadcast in different rooms. Hope this helps.
paul  Jan 15, 2022
Mike.... BlueTooth has solved connection issues --- eliminating the need to hardwire devices together. Because many of our devices include BlueTooth capability, one would have to find a way to not have every BlueTooth receiver from picking up a transmitted audio source across all of our devices at once. That's why we have to pair two devices together (at least the first time) in order to create a solid connection. Unfortunately, unless the speaker manufacturer included the capability to merge multiple devices (like more than one speaker pair) you cannot playback through more than one set of paired speakers. My 801's are a couple of years old now and from what I saw in the newest owner's manual -- you still cannot pair to more than one set at a time. Enjoy.
david  Jan 14, 2022
I am looking to upgrade left and right channel speakers from an old box store 5.1 Denon system (Boston Acoustics MCS 160). Love the look of these. Would they be a decent upgrade or are they really meant to be a standalone since they are powered? I like the idea of the Bluetooth functionality which my receiver currently doesn't have.
ken  Mar 29, 2021
2 answers
I love these speakers. They are currently attached to my home desktop PC, which I use exclusively when working from home. They have the ability to connect to my mobile device, but I do not use them for that. The sound is extremely good and I have had zero issues with them.
brian  Mar 29, 2021
I cannot speak to the tone quality of the Denons you had, but I will say that these Jamos are decent quality, not high quality fidelity for the money. I use mine for TV speakers and they work fairly well. Biggest problem is the remote sucks - it does not send a great signal to the speaker for volume control so you have to press it 1000 times to move up or down. Saw others complain of the same thing. I just live with it because they sound great with Spotify for music. All told, I would recommend.
paul  Mar 29, 2021
Is there a way to disable automatic power-off after inactivity? I bought these recently and they turn off after about 15 minutes of inactivity, even with the computer USB input. It's quite annoying that I have to press the power button every 15 minutes if I'm not playing any music.
david  May 29, 2020
4 answers
Not that I know, I haven't found any hidden features just what the remote shows
angel  May 31, 2020
I have not had that issue. So I'm afraid I'm of no assistance with that.
andrew  May 30, 2020
Unfortunately, it appears that there is no setting that allows you to toggle off the auto shutoff feature.
paul  May 29, 2020
David.... JAMO Speakers was founded in Denmark by Jacobsen and Mortensen in 1966 --- long before Energy Star compliance was used to gauge the social responsibility of a company. Fast forward to 2020, they are part of VOXX International (originally Audio vox) and are now part of a Automotive and Consumer electronics mega-company. Considering the word we live in today and the expectations of partner companies -- to NOT have powered speakers that 'turned off' when not in use would be considered unconscionable. That being said --- if you supply a hard connection to the AUX in from a sound source --- like a TV, the system will stay in operating mode until you break the connection or tune it off. I have my JAMO setup that way and do not experience a 'no signal present countdown to 'auto-off'. It doesn't matter if you're listening to the source or not since the JAMO has that built-in 4 input switcher. Hope that helps... Point being -- if a system IS Energy Star --- then it's probably much better quality than a 'cheap knock-off! Enjoy them --- they work well...
david  May 29, 2020
What are the "sub level up" and "sub level down" inputs on the remote doing? It doesn't appear to be anything on my Jamo S 801 PMs with subwoofer connected. This is the same remote that is supplied with the Klipsch R-51PM and R-41PM that features "Dynamic Bass EQ" that can be activated/deactivated with the "sub reset" input on the remote but there is no explanation of the 'sub level up/down' remote inputs in the supplied user manual. It states that the Dynamic Bass EQ is automatic. What's going on?
lawrence  May 22, 2020
5 answers
The sub level in automatically increases or decreases as you do the same with the volume. The SW setting is to calibrate how much more or less bass you like from what you're hearing. Otherwise you'd have to go to the SW back and tweak the volume every time.
ramon  Oct 22, 2021
the buttons increase my sub (R-100sw) or decrease it. maybe its because i have klipsch and they talk to each other where jamo or another brand doesnt.
jonathon e  Jan 08, 2021
Hello Lawrence; I'm afraid I'm of little assistance regarding your question, as I am not running a sub with these speakers. Best of luck in getting things figured out. Richard
richard  Jun 04, 2020
If you add a sub woofer use them to adjust the level, volume, of the woofer..
bruce  Jun 04, 2020
i'm sorry Lawrence i do not have a sub connected to this Jamo. good luck on finding your answer.
steve  Jun 04, 2020
Are these too large to be desktop speakers?
robert  May 18, 2020
13 answers
Not at all, that is exactly how I use them.
mathew  Jun 10, 2020
Sorry for late reply.. Yes, they would be a little large to serve as desktop speakers. I do really like the looks. Mine are placed next to TV in living room. Greetings !
gert-jan de  May 25, 2020
No They are just the right size
patrick  May 19, 2020
Yes-But I wall mounted mine with a bracket from AMAZON.
scotty t  May 19, 2020
No they sit perfectly next to my 24" Monitor and are used as my PC speakers. And I still have room left to work and play.
ronald  May 19, 2020
In my opinion , not at all
alan  May 18, 2020
Not to large at all.They sound great!
john  May 18, 2020
Each speaker has a 6 x 6.5" footprint, so if you have a smaller desk, or a lot of stuff on your desk, they would probably be too big. They sound good enough to sit on the floor, next to your desk, if that is an option.
kyle  May 18, 2020
They could probably fit on a desk, but they are on the bigger side - if you have a smaller desk, they won't fit.
juliet  May 18, 2020
depends on how big your desk is and your available real estate, but they are quite a bit larger than I anticipated. I got them on discount so I can't complain too much, but if I had it to do over again, I'd definitely get something at least 1/2 the size. Sound is decent at low volumes, so it's not overpowering the space. Also, the bluetooth connection caused severe echo in conference calls, and you can't set the power saving timeout, so I ended up using a standard 3.5/RCA plug.
peter  May 18, 2020
Not for me, that is exactly what I'm using my speakers for.
euan  May 18, 2020
They would be good for a desk, assuming you have a decent size desk. Watch the videos here on Crutchfield. They show them sitting on a desk for reference.
hans  May 18, 2020
I guess that depends on your desk size! I am using them as desktop speakers. I had to move some stuff around but wanted better sound out of my computer than I was getting with the little cheap typical computer speakers. Since these were 50% off and I respect the brand I gave them a shot. Sound good and glad I made the switch.
adam  May 18, 2020
When you talk about them having the best sound at 5-6 feet distance, what does that mean? Will they still sound acceptable inside or outside of that range? Would they be good for a dorm room?
josiah  May 12, 2020
7 answers
Using as desktop computer speakers and they work great. Excellent clarity and good volume. For dorm use, great for price. To get better sound, budget $500 for Elac or KEF bookshelves with 6.5" woofer and receiver/amp.
kenneth  May 22, 2020
Hi Josiah, I actually bought them for my son in college for a Christmas present. They sound very nice and are well suited for a college dorm. However, beyond that, if you move off campus or once you graduate, you may want something with a bit more punch. We ended up trading them for the similar sized Klipsch speakers, which have excellent sound quality and plenty of punch for larger spaces than a dorm room. Hope that helps.
john  May 13, 2020
They have excellent sound throughout my house which is a one-level three bedroom home.
judith  May 13, 2020
While these are not advertised as near sound like most good monitors they sound great in small rooms. The sound great when loud too but I got these for my office and could not have made a better choice ( if using wires I do recommend using the usb )
ashish  May 12, 2020
The speakers sound great at those distances.
ken  May 12, 2020
I can tell you that I put them in a fairly large living room, much larger than a dorm room, and they filled the room with plenty of sound! They aren't going to shake your bones with loud sound, but they should fill the room no problem.
jacob  May 12, 2020
They would be great for a dorm room. I have them in the living room of my condo and they sound excellent. Make sure you experiment with the distance of the port from the wall It makes a significant difference in the bass response.
william  May 12, 2020
what is the bluetooth version on these?
ashish  Apr 24, 2020
1 answer
The s 801 pm is bluetooth in white or black, I have white they look great and sound great. The pm means powered monitor.
mark  Apr 24, 2020
Do I need the optical digital cable in order to use the speakers with my tv?
paul  Apr 10, 2020
1 answer
Most likely - assuming your TV uses an optical digital audio output (most do)
casey  Apr 26, 2020 (Staff)
for convenience to power outlet, the placement of the passive speaker must go on the left side of the room. is this a problem?
reelstuff2007  Apr 05, 2020
2 answers
The active speakers on the right and the passive speaker is on the left, that is correct. It would only be a problem if you did not have a power outlet within reach of the power cord from the right speaker.
louise  Apr 05, 2020
I am not having any problems at all.
kathleen  Apr 05, 2020
Can I use the analog input for a direct phono or do I need a preamp?
todd  Jan 02, 2020
1 answer
If your turntable does not have a built in phono-stage, you will need separate phono-amp to use these speakers.
thomas  Jan 13, 2020 (Staff)
can these be used passively?
glen  Dec 14, 2019
1 answer
They cannot. They are designed to be used together using the built in amplifier only.
thomas  Dec 28, 2019 (Staff)
Can these speakers be used via bluetooth for the back speakers on a surround sound 5.1 system while the front Jamo speakers are wired? I am trying to not have wires running all over the place to get surround sound. I am using a Yamaha RX-V4A receiver.
bobby t  May 03, 2023
1 answer
Home theater receivers do not have the ability to transmit audio using Bluetooth to surround speakers. Sometimes, there are receivers that are built to use specific model wireless surround speakers. Your Yamaha receiver is one such model and it can do this using their MusicCast speakers like the MusicCast 20 shown here:
jason  May 03, 2023 (Staff)
Will these be good for surround rear speakers? Or will they be underpowered?
joaquin  Jan 25, 2022
2 answers
I don't think you would use a powered speaker for surrounds.I use mine with an iMac , emotiva big ego dac , Jamo 10" sub Apple Music a my primary source set to high quality. Excellent detailed sound
ed de  Jan 25, 2022
Impossible to tell without knowing more about the rest of the system, room size etc. I suggest you discuss it with a sales advisor.
kevin  Jan 25, 2022
What color is the grille Do you have any pics of it?
joseph  Nov 04, 2021
3 answers
It is grey-ish. Crutchfield's pics are pretty accurate, but they also look good without the grill.
kevin  Nov 08, 2021
medium gray grilles
mark  Nov 04, 2021
Light gray. It would seem I cannot attach photos but if you search online for "jamo 801 white", you'll find it.
hans  Nov 04, 2021
What is the Box Dimensions and weight ?
noufal  Jul 02, 2021
1 answer
The speaker dimensions are 5-9/16"W x 11-5/16"H x 6-7/16"D each and weigh 6 lbs each. The box these are shipped in measures 16.75 x 14.25 x 10.25 and weighs 15 lbs.
allison  Jul 14, 2021 (Staff)
Do these have banana plug speaker connections? The pictures look like they do but the ones shown in the review video do not.
evan  Mar 10, 2021
4 answers
Mine do not.
kevin  Mar 10, 2021
Crutchfield tech said to remove end plug on posts and it would accept banana plugs. I have them connected with supplied spkr wire and they sounds great. Also have jamo810 sub , connected to iMac with usb next to Mac on desk with Kantu angled spkr stands. I use Apple Music as source , might get a dac but so far Mac internal dac sounds pretty good. Excellent imaging.
ed de  Mar 10, 2021
Hi. I think it is rca only, but I could be wrong. Note, I bought a pair last year to connect my cd player, tv, and computer, while I wait to replace my receiver (died early on in the pandemic). I am pretty happy with them. I think they are a little bass heavy but pretty solid and am very happy I bought them.
nicholas  Mar 10, 2021
Yes. There is a little plastic cap you have to remove with a fingernail first then you can see it.
hans  Mar 10, 2021
I have an 'oldschool' receiver with a Harmon Kardon BTA-10 bluetooth adapter for playing wireless from my computer. Would these (or any wireless speakers) work with my setup? Thanks...
daniel  Jun 06, 2020
1 answer
Wireless speakers are designed to function without an amp so these would not work with your setup. Frankly these speakers are so good you don't need your old setup. These things sound awesome and I'm very impressed with them. You cant go wrong for the price either.
sean  Jun 06, 2020
Thinking of buying for TV as substitute for sound bar. Can universal tv remote be programmed to control the volume on these speakers, to keep down the number of remotes?
matthew  Apr 09, 2020
2 answers
Hi Matt, thank you for your question. The Jamo speakers are compatible with some universal remotes, but not all. Jamo does not specify which remotes may or may not be compatible with these speakers.
jessica  Apr 26, 2020 (Staff)
There is nothing in the manual about that so it is unlikely
paul  Apr 21, 2020
Can you add a subwoofer to them ?? Does it have a sub out put jack
james  Nov 24, 2019
2 answers
Yes but it's a bit of a noisy preout. I've been disappointed that a few minutes after using the sub, this thing will emit a low-level hum out of the sub, then stop.
jimmy  May 13, 2021
Yes they have a dedicated subwoofer preamp output on the back.
casey  Dec 08, 2019 (Staff)

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