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Speackers How many speackers can I connect to JVC RX664V?

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Re: Speackers

Hello 6423,

The RX-664VBK is capable of having 6 speakers connected to it, 2-front, 1-center, 2-surround and 1-powered subwoofer.
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Re: Speackers

Make sure that the "ohms" rating on the speakers matches the "ohms" rating on the receiver

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