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Connecting Beolab 19 to Beosound Stage

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agp2572 posted on Thu, May 7 2020 7:47 PM

Hi I am new to B&O but have bought the Beosound Stage to create a home theatre system. I have a small size room with a 82" LED TV and added this to get a nice Dobly Atmos sound for content that supports it and also to get deep rich bass for when watching movies. But the bass is not that great when watching movies and want to add a subwoofer to improve the home theatre experience. Is there anyway to add a subwoofer to this setup or that is not possible?

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As far as I know you can't add a subwoofer to a Stage, but you can add a subwoofer to your audio mix on it's own set the cross over appropriately.

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xdasse replied on Sat, Apr 24 2021 2:17 PM

Hello Jaffrey2230.  I am new to b&o and I am interested in the way this set uo you talking about is working.

Do you mean connecting stage to my tv and from my tv an output to à soundcore with à sub? 



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Answered (Not Verified) Hiort replied on Sat, Apr 24 2021 3:54 PM
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If I bought the Stage and where unhappy with the bass, I would return the Stage and buy an Atmos capable receiver and satellite speakers and a sub.

Or another soundbar where you get a subwoofer.

Stage is not meant to be complemented by a subwoofer, and I cannot think of a convenient way to add one either.





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Either the room is not actually that small or you’re not in the “movie” preset. Try that first.

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