I returned a faulty soundbar today and was offered store credit. I made a (sort of) impulse buy - the Denon AVR-X2400H was on my wish list as the basis for a whole new TV/speaker/AVR setup, but a good few months in the future. So having no 'proper' speakers, in the short term I figured I'd just connect it up to some old Logitech PC speakers, figuring it'd still be an improvement on the onboard sound on my 9 year old Panasonic plasma. As you've probably already worked out, I can't connect even them. I'd naively assumed the X2400 would have a 3.5mm output. Long term my setup was always going to be towards the budget end of things, but I don't think I can stretch to even £500 for a set of speakers right now. So far as I can see, my options are either to live without the X2400 until I've got some speakers, buy a half decent centre speaker and add the rest later, buy an HS2 (which I'd always planned to get for multi-room) or two...or is there an option 4? I'm completely new to home cinema and totally out of my depth so if anyone can offer some advice I'd be grateful.