Connecting a subwoofer to a Nakamishi SR-2A

I have a Nakamishi SR-2A reciever and a Polk Audio PSW10 subwoofer that I would like to connect to it. I don't really understand subwoofer setup but I know that my reciever does not have a subwoofer output. What is the best way to connect the subwoofer. There is an RCA output labeled Phono but I am not sure if I can connect a subwoofer to that. I have the cord to go from RCA to subwoofer but my worry is that if I connect it there I will have to select between the aux and phono input and I am trying to play music from the aux input. I don't think the sub will work while I play from the aux. Will it?

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Don't see any connection for that.
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Worth a try however...

...the receiver settings suggested on p.10 of the PSW10 manual (thanks for posting it, btw) likely indicate options/selections that are not present on his older stereo receiver. This may lead to very 'gimped' sound IME. Not hard to test at least Wink

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"Sounds great to me"

Nod to 800 pound Magico Ultimate

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Thank you this was helpful! I also have some questions about my speakers that I am using with the subwoofer. I have some Yamaha NS-A635A bookshelf speakers and I am not sure what their range is. I want to know so that I can set the crossover correctly on the subwoofer. Can you help? Also one of the subwoofers on these speakers has been sounding distorted lately. Almost as if its loose but I checked all the connections within the speaker and they seemed fine and the foam around the edge doesn't seem to be the problem either. Any idea what this could be?

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