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How to add more speakers?

Hi Everyone I have a Denon D-M71DVS which comes with 2 small speakers and a subwoofer. Moved into a new house which has a family room with 4 built-in wall speakers (2 are base)and would like to use those instead. Problem is the Denon system only has 2 sets of connection terminals - ie 2 red (+) and 2 black (-) - I've hooked up 2 wall speakers but don't know how I can hook up the 2 base speakers. The subwoofer was plugged in via a jack type of outlet whereas these base speakers have copper wires like the other 2 speakers. Help! Thanks! Esther

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  • Anonymous Mar 11, 2009

    i need a wire that conects 2 speakers to my base which has 2 speakers

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In the end I biwired the speakers and that's worked fine.

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With the indulgence of the others...
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If I understand your problem right:
1. CD works only in Speaker A (but not in Speaker B);
2. DVD works on either or both A/B;
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