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How to connect mey speakers to the amp?

Could you please tell me how to hook up my 4 speakers and my center channel speaker to my ampflifer?

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  • Robert Hinsman May 11, 2010

    Does the amp have a center channel?

    brand of speakers do you have?

    Brand of amp?

    4 speakers... what is the speaker configuration.

    Are these new?

    What are you using this for?

    Center spk tell me more than likely TV/ HM theater

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Hi,i have 1000w 4 speekers but i have one amp.how do i connect to that?

Posted on Mar 22, 2009

Yes the amp has a center channel
all of my sound equipment is jensen
it is a new system
i am using is for a surrond sound since it's what i bought it for

Posted on Jun 26, 2008

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