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How do I connect outside speakers to my yamaha rx-665 receiver?

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  • David Dunn
    David Dunn May 29, 2010

    Um, the same way you connect INside speakers, but with longer cables? Not sure what you're getting at here.

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Does your TV have any audio outputs such as RCA perhaps?

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You can hook the speaker like this one center speaker , two front right and left speaker,and then rear right and left speaker and one sub speaker in the unit ...



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If youre talking about the set of 3 A/V plugs in the front then you need to connect to the Video Out (yellow) plug in the back that says something like "Front Video" or "video 3" out. Connect that to the display.

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