Originally Posted by Another Device
That's great that you got it to work. Maybe a slightly loose connection was affecting it? I just ordered a 5.1 system, so I'll try hooking up my Logitech sub to the receiver and see what the results are.
Must have been a connection, or an ambiguous setting in my AVR that I didn't remember.
I did try using a small solid adapter (Duel Female RCA to 1 Male Stereo Mini Jack) to get from the Duel RCA cable to the POD with less connections, and that did not work. The mini jack on this adapter simply would not stay all the way snapped in, and either way, would not work.
I went back to the Duel RCA cable, to Cable Y splitter, to Male to Male Mini Jack cable, as that is what I had around at the time, and that continued to work, as before.
I have ordered a 5ft Duel Male RCA to Single Male Mini Jack cable from Amazon to make it one integral cable between the AVR and the POD, with no intermediate connections.
Bottom Line: I now have a 5.1 surround system without having to buy any new speakers, or a subwoofer.
Center - 2 of the Z-5500 speakers wired together
Front R&L - Pair of medium sized RCA Bookshelf Speakers
Rear R&L - 2 of the Z-5500 speakers (Wired down behind cabined, thru basement, back up behind sofa)
Subwoofer - Z-5500 thru Logitech Pod from duel sub out's on AVR
I like it.
Thanks again for all comments and suggestions,