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#94476 - 10/13/14 01:53 PM RCA input labels (R,L,C, etc.)
makdoogle Offline
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Registered: 10/10/11
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I'm assuming that the labels over the RCA inputs are just for convenience and it doesn't matter which inputs you use for the L,R,C,SR, and SL. Can someone please confirm this. Thanks.

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#94477 - 10/13/14 03:40 PM Re: RCA input labels (R,L,C, etc.) [Re: makdoogle]
Owl's_Warder Offline
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This is correct, Makdoogle. Nothing magical happens on any one channel that makes it unsuitable to use for any other input. The labels are just to help you keep everything straight.

However, I believe that there are two transformers inside and the L and R channels are set up so they're one on each to balance the loading. I'd recommend keeping to that configuration, if possible.


Edited by Owl's_Warder (10/13/14 03:41 PM)

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#94479 - 10/15/14 01:11 PM Re: RCA input labels (R,L,C, etc.) [Re: makdoogle]
Outlaw Jim Offline
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Registered: 02/25/13
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The channel labels are configured for optimal heat dispersion. The left, right and center channels are usually more fully driven, especially for HT, than the remaining channels. Otherwise, as Owl's_Warder states, each channel has identical modules.

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#94480 - 10/15/14 03:17 PM Re: RCA input labels (R,L,C, etc.) [Re: makdoogle]
makdoogle Offline
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Registered: 10/10/11
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I hadn't thought of that. I'm glad I asked. Thanks.

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