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Denon 2802 going 6.1??

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by yimpster, Oct 24, 2002.

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  1. yimpster

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    I have a Denon 2802 Amp and a nifty set of Mission FSAV2's.

    My question is quite simple, is it really worth adding the centre rear channel? If so what are the benefits?

    Anyone know where can i get a single speaker??

    Cheers

    Adam
     
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    Yes it is

    I have 3802 and films like star warFM and TS2 sound great

    Benefits are that the rear soundstage sound fuller and the cap between rear L&R is now fiilled with extra sound. BTW even films that are not EX or EX encoded can filter some signal to the rears as well

    Just use a front center speaker for the rear channel
     
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    So my next question is.... At the moment my system is setup so that all speakers are plugged directly into the sub and then an umbilical cord connects the sub to the amp.

    Do I get another NXT panel speaker and connect to the sub. Or should I choose another speaker and go direct to the amp?

    Does anyone know the optimal settings for the 2802 and the FSAV2 setup? Not quite sure what to have the system setup as. I do have an SPL and used it configure it so far, just wondering if anybody has got other recommendations.

    Cheers

    Adam
     

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