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Old 12-27-2008, 07:51 AM   #76  
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FYI, I decided to order the Onkyo TXSR 606. I listened to a number of Denon systems as well as the Onkyo. It fit my budget the best. I am looking forward to it arriving (Maybe sometime next week from Accessories4less.com). The only thing I regret is that they charged me shipping. I figure for a 300 dollar purchase the shipping would be free...oh well Thanks for everybodies advice and I'll let you know when it comes and how it sounds setup!

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Glad you were able to decide on something that best fit your needs

Let us know if we can help with connections and/or settings.

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Come to think of it, I do have a question about installation that I hadn't previously thought about. My speakers currently have to outputs per wire that plug into a receiver (one black one red, I guess taht is typical). My center is not currently plugged in, but it is the same. Does the Onkyo SR606 have the same setup? While looking at speakers for fun the other day, I saw that different speakers and receivers have different ways of plugging in speakers. Will I have to change anything about my setup, and if so, will it be expensive? If you need me to take pictures or something , let me know.

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Come to think of it, I do have a question about installation that I hadn't previously thought about. My speakers currently have to outputs per wire that plug into a receiver (one black one red, I guess taht is typical). My center is not currently plugged in, but it is the same. Does the Onkyo SR606 have the same setup? While looking at speakers for fun the other day, I saw that different speakers and receivers have different ways of plugging in speakers. Will I have to change anything about my setup, and if so, will it be expensive? If you need me to take pictures or something , let me know.

Thanks,

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Your speakers will plug directly into the back of the 606 with ease. Example:

Left front red wire goes to Onkyo left front red
Left front black wire goes to Onkyo left front black
And so on.

Easy.
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