Question about Teac AG-V8060 Receiver
On the back of the receiver, there could be "pre out-subwoofer". If your subwoofer has the same type cable input, that would indicate it is a powered(amplified) sub. Connect those two. If subwoofer only has red/black speaker inputs, it is a passive sub, which means spkr signal runs thru it and then to your main left and right spkrs.. Run your receiver main or front spkr left (red/black) and right (red/black) to those corresponding sub inputs, and then sub spkr outputs to each of your main left/right spkrs..
For surround, on the back of the receiver, there should be spkr outputs (red/black) noted as "rear".
Just make sure red to red, and black to black.
Hope this is helpful.
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