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I already paid for an answer, but the experts answered questions i did not ask. i need to connect my dbx (brand) speakers (item) soundfield sf1-a (model). all you have sent me are suggestions on receivers.

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I can't finds anything about your previous experience with this problem.

Can you start over?

It says on the speakers they "requires dbx sfc-1a soundfield controller". Do you have that?

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