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AVR 810 Denon Receiver Sub Woofer Hookup?

My father has a AVR 810 Receiver and Polk Monitor Series Sub Woofer and I need to know the proper or best way to connect the Sub to the Receiver. I have not found the connections info on the web for the Receiver on the manufacturer site.

Can you help?

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  • denny9526 Sep 28, 2008

    I also have a Denon AVR-810 and while changing out the gold pins on the Monster cables I hooked up the unit went into PROTECTION mode despite having no speakers hooked up to the inputs it still shows the Protection mode on the display?

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Denon AVR-810 was a quite out-dated model. I had owned since 1992. It shown 'Protection' on the screen for 2 months ago and not yet been fixed. Better to replace a modern one or repair it at a reasonable costs.

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