The AV receiver must be able to send signals to the rear channels via a pair of cinch terminals. Generally these terminals will be identified as Side, Rear, or Left/Right. It is often also possible to "activate" channels on specific terminals by means of the AV receiver menu.
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- The notification "No disc“ appears on the display on my Impaq 8000 receiver even though a CD/DVD/BD was inserted. What could be the reason for this?
- My Impaq 8000 receiver no longer starts. The display doesn’t light up. What should I do?
- What are the technical requirements for an AV receiver to function with RearStation 4?
- I want to use REARSTATION to wirelessly connect the rear loudspeakers of my surround sound system. How is that done?
- I would like to make my Impaq 8000 receiver WiFi enabled using the WiFi Link USB Adapter from Teufel. How does this work?
- What are the differences between THX Ultra 2, THX Select and THX Multimedia?
- What is the use of the on/off automatic switch ("Auto On/Off") of the active subwoofer?
- Why is the Subwoofer CB 11 SW now called the T 6 Subwoofer?
- How do I position the dipoles for slanted walls in an attic storey?
- Is it possible to set up dipoles on bases to the sides of the listening location?