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    Newbie advice (older equipment)

    I've found using both A and B channels in my setup works pretty. Provides a slightly bigger front sound than the cubes provide by themselves, and blend in nicely. I don't listen at blow-out volumes anymore. Too old. I'll probably try the powered subwoofer at some point and see how it mixes in...
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    Newbie advice (older equipment)

    Some addition questions, if you don't mind. With the above-described amplifier setup -- 5.1 surround cube arrays with bass module AND Yamaha bookshelf speaker pair wired to Front B (for bigger front sound) -- I have lying around additional unused Yamaha YST-SW45 powered subwoofer and a few more...
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    Newbie advice (older equipment)

    Thank you for the clarification.
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    Newbie advice (older equipment)

    I don't seem to be able to edit the last reply. Q3: Is the setup still considered 5.1 surround if I'm not using Surround Back and using Front connection instead? How does Front process the audio?
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    Newbie advice (older equipment)

    I understand the confusion. I am using surround, center, and front A for the 5 cube pairs, and the subwoofer bass module. Also have Yamaha bookshelf pair attached to Front B. What I don't have is anything connect to surround back terminals. Would moving one of Cube pairs into surround back make...
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    Newbie advice (older equipment)

    I'm by no means an audiophile, and my equipment is little dated but looking to maximize what I got. Yamaha RX-V659 Receiver (7 channel, 100 watt, 5.1 surround with A/B front pairs, and zone 2/presence connection). Speakers are Bose Acoustimass 10 series IV (4 swivel cube pairs on stands...
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