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I've got a home theater in a box with the HTR 5635 receiver. I've moved and lost the set-up directions and have forgotten how to hook up the subwoofer to the receiver. Can you help me?

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YOU SHOULD HAVE A SUB OUT PUT ON THE BACK OF THE AMP MARKED PRE OUT IF NOT CONNECT THE FRONT LEFT AND RIGHT SPEAKER OUT PUTS TO THE SUB THEN FROM THE SUB TO YOUR SPEAKERS.

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