I bought a 10' 500 watt sub tube and it works very well...but there are more speaker terminals. if the built

in amp powers the 500 watt sub and i hook up more speakers could the amp handle it or just blow??


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Can you tell us what make/model of tube you have? If it's a type with a built-in amp, the speaker terminals you see might just be high-level inputs.

Please help?

It sounds like you have a multichannel amplifier. Yes you can hook up other speakers but you want to first check how much power your amplifier puts out. For instance if your amplifier only puts out 500 watts then you only have enough power for your one subwoofer.
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