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Well the basic connection of the speakers would be the same as another stereo speaker pair. Wire the left and right speakers to the L/R Front Surround speakers on the Denon.
With the 901's I am assuming that there is an external equalizer supplied by Bose. Typically this EQ is installed in a tape loop on the receiver/amp so that it is ahead of the power amplifier that drives the speakers. This EQ needs to be there to attempt to get reasonable frequency response from a speaker that has only 4" drivers. I'm not sure I see any reasonable way to make the EQ work with the Denon AV receiver. You'd likely be better off using the Bose speakers in a dedicated 2-channel stereo and getting a set of speakers for the AV usage.
The AVR-E300 doesn't have an audio output. It's a very basic AV receiver built down to a price.
Even if you has a better quality receiver, you still would only be able to port sound from analogue sources (ones connected via red & white RCA/phono) to the Sonos Connect for distribution around the rest of your home. AV receivers don't decode audio from HDMI sources to analogue stereo.
If you want to port sound, hook up a source direct to the Sonos Connect's audio input. Don't try going via the receiver.
Stop guessing. Have you looked at all the manuals?
The other devices you're inquiring about are not named in your post. Name the makes and models first, then we'll look for the manuals. Then (maybe) find a solution. You could run them by the manufacturers' support sites or these guys...
retrevo.com audio.manualsonline.com hifiengine.com usermanualguide.com
Google search: "(product) manual"
Red, Green and Blue cables together typically denotes a component video signal - an Analog, High Definition transportation for video. This cable does not carry audio, you need another cable to hook up audio between the DVR and receiver. You can use either an RCA stereo cable (red and white), optical-audio, HDMI, or a whole plethora of other audio cables. I would recommend optical or HDMI to get the most out of your system.
On the Denon AVR-888 (and I presume others), you have to put the unit in "record" mode. This is covered under "Other Operations and Functions" in the manual. Here are the steps: 1. On the front of the unit, press the zone2/rec select button 2. Turn source select until "recout source" is displayed 3. Turn source select to choose the input source
THERE ARE ONLY TWO WAYS THE TV SHOULD BE CONNECTED TO THE DENON,
1. MONITOR OUT OF THE DENON TO AN INPUT ON THE TV.
2. AUDIO OUT FROM THE TV TO AN INPUT ON THE DENON.
ALL YOU DEVICES CAN BE CONNECTED TO THE DENON IF #1 CONNECTION IS USED OR ALL DEVICES CONNECTED TO THE TV IF #2 IS USED