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Surrond sound i just bought a KLH R5100 5.1 Channel receiver from the pawn shop. i would realy like to use it but have no idea on how to hook anything up. it did not have any instructions or dircetions. do i plug speakers into the 5.1 input RCA"s on the back or do they all go in the output on the right side of the back on the reciever? Please help I'm lost!

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  • Anonymous Feb 10, 2008

    I just bought an insignia reciever and can't get the surround speakers to work while playing from a cd player. Can't figure it out. I can verify when I run a test that the surround speakers are working. I've been all through the manual but can't figure this out. Is there some setting I am missing.

  • Anonymous Apr 11, 2008

    don't know how to connect the small speakers

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For Stereo Mode (Front L & R Speaker), you must plug RCA cables (match up red and white) from Output on DVD player to DVD Input on the back of the receiver. Then with speaker wire, run from receiver speaker output (Front Speakers) to designated speaker (make sure + and - match up to both input and output). As for hooking up surround sound, I'm currently trying to figure that one out with just using the L, R and Center. I don' t want wire running all over the place just for rears. Hope this helps

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