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Connecting Wharfedale 9.0 speakers

Receiver - Yamaha RX - 570 (10 years old)

Speakers - Cambridge Soundworks - 2 small satellites and 1 sub

Wiring - The Satellites and sub are cross-wired and run on Channel A

Questions - 1. Should I just disconnect the two CSW satellites and connect the 9.0's to the sub? The cables are adequate, but could be replaced. New wires will have to be stripped.

2. Should I keep the CSW set-up the same and just hook the 9.0's up to Channel,B? If so, how would you recommend wiring them and what type of cable should I use?

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U can get the cables at radioshack websites for this.just order online.they will provide you.

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