question for denon 3802 owners about speaker outs and placement?

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  1. stan mucha

    stan mucha Stunt Coordinator

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    hi everyone,
    Got a question about my new denon 1082 dealing with speaker outs.i want to use the left-center-right fronts.i then want to use the A surounds left-right for the sides.then i want to use the B surround left-right in my rear in both corners of the room.i then want to use one of the back surround channels for a rear center channel.is this possible for the amp to power this many speakers for movie watching?which of the surrounds are mono?the A surrounds.the B surrounds?or the back surround channels?i would guess the back?

    thanks for the help...

    stan[​IMG]
     
  2. MarcVH

    MarcVH Second Unit

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    If you run A+B, the same amplifier channels are driving both pairs of speakers. This can be done if the speakers are easy to drive. Since the left-surround-A and left-surround-B are using the same amplifier, obviously they're also getting the same signal, and ditto on the right.
     
  3. stan mucha

    stan mucha Stunt Coordinator

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    thanks marcvh..
     
  4. stan mucha

    stan mucha Stunt Coordinator

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    one more question?
    are both of the back surround speakers technically one channel?
    stan
     

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