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Using underslung TV speaker as center speaker in surround set-up

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs Forum' started by rjknight007, May 19, 2005.

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    I have a Sharp LC26GA3E television with a speaker hung underneath. In the manual, and on the display menu, it states that this speaker can be used in a surround sound system. On a surround sound receiver, which I am yet to buy, the speakers are attached to the speaker ports - left, right, back left, back right, and center channel. But, the television has an RCA cable center channel connection. Where on the receiver would this therefore connect?

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    Not sure where the connecter is on thw 26" model, but I would recommend using the centre speaker from your 5.1 system when you buy it. The system's centre speaker will sonically match the others in the system.
     
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    While I haven't done this for my system (Sharp 45"), I believe you'd connect it to the line out for the centre speaker on your amp. i.e. non-amplified output. Most amps have both amplified and non-amplified outputs.
     

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