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Wiring speakers to amp for both 5.1 channel and 4 speaker listeni

How do I wire my 5 speakers to my Yamaha V663 Receiver in such a way to be able to use 5 (or I will settle for four) speakers to be used in normal mode for listening to music while also having the ability to use the 5.1 surround sound when listening to movies. Thanks

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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.

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