Can I get Sub woofer for TV?

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viper08

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Guys,
I have a LG 29" marquees series CRT since 5 years back. Absolutely running fine. Just happened to see almost similar upgraded model with additional sub woofer (factory fitted seperate component) in a new friend's house. Just loved the amazing sound. wish I could have it too.

Question:- Is there any ready to use subwoofer for TV available? if yes how do I connect the sub using exisitng outputs?

If no then can I connect a branded amplified sub from audio market?
Please help.;)

p.s: I have no plans to upgrade this tv or connect 5.1 system right now. Have another set.
 

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It does not make sense to connect a sub to a TV even if you could. A better option is to connect some powered speakers in 2.0 mode such as the Audioengine and you should feel the audio much better than before.

BTW a sub is meant to handle frequency below certain value such as 100 or 80Hz only.

Guys,
I have a LG 29" marquees series CRT since 5 years back. Absolutely running fine. Just happened to see almost similar upgraded model with additional sub woofer (factory fitted seperate component) in a new friend's house. Just loved the amazing sound. wish I could have it too.

Question:- Is there any ready to use subwoofer for TV available? if yes how do I connect the sub using exisitng outputs?

If no then can I connect a branded amplified sub from audio market?
Please help.;)

p.s: I have no plans to upgrade this tv or connect 5.1 system right now. Have another set.
 
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