So I bought the Pioneer Receiver vsk-1021-K and it's amazing. However I can't afford a subwoofer at this time. It just so happens I have this old ACS45 Altec Lansing speaker and subwoofer setup. Now I don't want to use the speakers because I have those already, but the subwoofer would be nice until I can afford a proper replacement.
My problem is that the inputs and outputs on the subwoofer are a bit reversed since it's setup to go into a PC. (see the manuals in the links below this) Is there a cable I could use that's basically a headphone style jack input for the subwoofer side and a cable that will plug into my receivers subwoofer output, and would it even work?
I know the subwoofer's -output- is a din connector, but the input is the headphone sized style jack thing. Any help would be appreciated and I'm a newb so a link to the type of cord that might work would be appreciated! Thanks!
ACS45 Altec Lansing Manual:
VSX-1021-K Pioneer Receiver Manual: