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denon 3802

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by keyser, Apr 19, 2002.

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  1. keyser

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    I was wondering if I can put banana plugs horizontally in my 3802 amp, that is can I get the cap in the middle of the standard plugs out so I can insert a banana plug? And also, if I have the back surrounds set to small, can this somehow make the other surrounds(the standard ones on the left and right) also "small", when the backspeakers are matrixed or something or does the back surround speaker setting have no effect on the other surround speaker frequency no matter what.
     
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    As far as I know the caps in the middle will ease out allowing the banana plug to be inserted.
    On some amps, if small is selected for the main speakers then small will be the default for the others also.Could this be the problem with the Denon ??
     
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    Use a small precision screwdriver and prise the black caps out then just plug them in. They are only covered because of an EEC ruling about Banana plugs (Don't ask!!)
     

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