#1
I know it works, cos I did it. I bought a cable to plug into my stereo's aux input and plugged straight in. It sounded ok, but I had to turn my stereos volume pretty high.

Just wanted to check it won't blow my speakers or anything....
#2
Listening to bass playing on your stereo doesn't blow the speakers when you listen to music.
#5
Hmm, im not very knowledgeable about the frequency range of a stereo speaker,
but im guessing that it wont be able to handle bass frequency without damaging it.
#6
ive been doing for 4 months about. same stereo. doesnt blow up or anything. i live in a town house so its pretty good since its not that loud. but if i want it louder i just add more speakers. bad thing is you dont get many tone things. not a lot of bass.
#7
be ready to buy more stereo speakers! i blew every speaker in my house before i learned. a home stereo will not suffice as a bass amp, except in the lowest of volume situations. another thing i learned, don't use your brothers stereo, while he's not home. Doh! (he kicked my arse).
#8
Dude, I wouldn't push it too hard. You will probably end up damaging it.


Just try and save for a small bass combo! You wont regret it.
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#9
Quote by sam i am
I know it works, cos I did it. I bought a cable to plug into my stereo's aux input and plugged straight in. It sounded ok, but I had to turn my stereos volume pretty high.

Just wanted to check it won't blow my speakers or anything....

i checked some of the advice from the other guys, it's all relevant i will add i do the same as you do my stereo is an old ''80s'' AIWA stack unit its wight is about 30LBs. it has a very good EQ and has seperate volume on the input side, i turn the master up to 48dbl on the scale then set the input 'VOL' to suit.....but i dont overdo it ......................