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looking at the manual i would assume that the mid-large box is actually your
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that there are no connections left on the back of your amplifier? For a centre
speaker this system uses all passive speakers apart from the subwoofer which
has a built in amplifier for just the subwoofer, your hifi or home cinema
amplifier would need to have at least 5 separate channels to operate the centre
speaker as well as the front and rear speakers.
would need a 5.1 channel or 5 channel amplifier with subwoofer pre output, any
would do but to make things simple one with a digital optical or coaxial input
would be best as this can easily carry multi-channel audio with just one
alternative if your amplifier does not have a centre speaker output are:
get another basic mono stereo amplifier to power the centre speaker on its own however
if your main amplifier does not have a pre out connector for a centre speaker
you will have to change the volume independently on both amplifiers
Check your "Setup" in the main menu of the receiver. Press "Menu" or "GUI" whichever you have on the remote and go to "Manual Setup" then toggle to "Audio" then "Speakers" then toggle to "Center Channel" and make sure it's on "Large" or "Small" instead of "None". If you still don't have audio, post a comment with the model # of your receiver, I'll pull the book and help you further. Hope this helps.
I am assuming that you want to have a normal stereo ( 2 channel ) from, CDs, Radio Etc..To be able to play from all of your speakers for a more surrounding sound experience, for parties or just more sound.I am also assuming you currently have your speakers wired like standard 5.1 in the bottom diagram on page 19 of your receiver manual.To change the way the sound is coming from your speakers you will need to refer to the “Sound Field Programs” part of your manual starting on page 52.You will want to be in the input source you would like to change “ie: radio”Let assume you want to change radio, once the radio is on;Rotate the “N” Program selector, (or press “5” and then “12” Prog < /> repeatedly ).You will want to change to program, “7ch Stereo”this should take your 2ch signal and send it to all connected speakers.If this does not work, please let me know.
Instead of connecting it to the sub output, try it on the L or R output of your amp. This will eliminate the Denon. If this fails, you need to test the loudspeaker driver unit whilst disconnected from the sub amp. Use a 1.5v cell (AA or bigger) connect using croc leads to the speaker's terminals. If the speaker is OK, you should hear a click. If you hear nothing, the speaker unit is faulty.
I have connected my new surround sound to the dvd player as everything else runs through it. Also found that it has a seperate switch for 5.1 surround sound (all the speakers active) and ordinary stereo. I'm unfamiliar with yours, but check for this switch, mine was hidden on the back of the base speaker.
check the cable 1st. If this speaker is powered, you could have a bad shield, or the power is causing a ground loop.
If the speaker is coming from an amp using speaker wire ie: 2 lead + - check the connection and make sure no fraid strands are touching each other on the rear connection.
In addition check your TV, Ap, And speaker system (if sub is powered independently) are all on the same curcuit.
a certain cause for ground looping resulting in hum.