Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I'm assuming the "six wires" you're asking about are outputs that should go to your speakers.
I'm also assuming the the "two on your telly" are audio inputs for your telly's two speakers. You could wire these up as your two front speakers if you would like, but you're really better off getting real speakers for front and not using the TV speakers at all.
Your DVD player should have no audio inputs at all, so you should not wire any of your receiver's outputs to it. end of story.
Your receiver should have audio (and perhaps video) INPUTS for your DVD player, in which case there should only be two (Left and right) this is fine. Your receiver should split the DVD signal into 5.6/6.1 whatever.
hope it helps.
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
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