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Setting Up The System

I am looking for set up directions for my home theater surround system. Is ther something on line? Thank You

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    Electro Bo Mar 09, 2006

    You can find the requested details at: http://www.teac.com.au/file/product_manu...

  • stereoed Dec 26, 2007

    Could you also post the manual for the Teac AG-D8900 5.1 Channels Receiver, not the AG-D 8000?

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Can you post the manual for the Teac AG-D8900 5.1 Channels Receiver

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Thanks, but that link only gives me the ag d 8000 model. How do I get the ag d 8900 from that link?

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You can find the requested details at: http://www.teac.com.au/file/product_manual_408.pdf

Posted on Mar 09, 2006

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A correctly set surround sound system can yield dramatic improvements to your
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