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I have a Sansui rack system. Amplifier A3100, Tuner T1100, Stereo Cassette D1100WR, CD player. I can't figure out how to connect all of the components. I need a diagram. Pleasae help

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  • jxlent Apr 13, 2009

    WONT GO INTO FULL SURROUND SOUND...IT WILL RUN TEST WITH ALL 6 SPEAKERS BUT WONT PLAY ALL.

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MY RZ-6900AV DOESNT WANT TO PLAY ALL SURROUND SOUND

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