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Center channel speaker

I have a audiosource amp 100 2 channel. How can i connect my center channel speaker from my sony 7.1 ht system. I have the preout jack of my receiver.

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Is the amp already used for L R? If so, you either need another amp for center, or set your Sony for stereo mix down. I have mixed the center channel into my main LR in the past and found there were terrible phase cancellations, so I suggest you switch to Stereo, or use a separate amp.

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Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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