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  1. #1

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    Elburn, IL

    Default General hookup question

    I have a modest home theater system. I am happy with the sound I get but am always wondering if I am getting the most out of it. I use the prefered hookup option #1 in my Polk subwoofer manual which is connecting the front speakers to the speaker level output and connecting the speaker level input to my receiver. I have the S-Video going from my DVD player to my t.v. and I use fiber optic for the DVD player to the receiver. My wife and I live in an apartment so I don't have the ideal room for a home theater. I read a lot of the posts in the forum and there are a lot of people who know way more than I do so hopefully if I'm not maximizing my system someone will let me know. Thanks.

    My System:

    T.V.: Sony Trinitrom 27" KV-27V40
    Receiver: Kenwood VR-309 DD/DTS
    DVD Player: Pioneer DV-414
    Front: Polk R50
    Center: Polk CSi20
    Surrounds: Bose Model 21
    Subwoofer: Polk PSW250
    Cables: Monster
    (Hopefully will upgrade receiver and surrounds in 03)

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    New York


    I don't see anything wrong with your hook-up methods. Welcome to the forum.

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    Elburn, IL


    Thanks for the reply Doc, I greatly appreciate it.
    T.V.: Panasonic Plasma TC-P65S2
    DVD Player: Pioneer Elite BDP-95FD Blu-Ray
    Receiver: Pioneer Elite VSX-32
    Fronts: Polk Audio RTi8
    Center: Polk Audio CSi5
    Surrounds: Polk Audio FXi5 x 4
    Subwoofer: Velodyne DLS3750R
    Cables: Straight Wire & Monster

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