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Were does the center speaker connect - Denon AVR-5805 Receiver

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Second row down.. not sure if it left or right side.. but one is a blank.. so don't use it for anything.. My guess is if your looking from the front of the unit it is the one on the left.. my 5805 just lost sound.. sucks...

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