Question about Onkyo TX-DS656 Receiver
For cds the audio is recorded in just right and left channel, and the center balances it out. You can force it to play out of more speakers by switching the AUDIO MODE of the receiver to something like Pro Logic II, this takes the 2 channels and then forces them to all channels. This is actually not recommended though, it is meant to sound a certain way and forcing it out of all speakers doesn't give you the true sound. But if you just want it to come out of all 5 it is definitely possibly, just switch the audio mode on the receiver. If you need more information on this please respond back to my answer here and I can help more.
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Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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