I got a new TV but the sound is terrible and I cant install a soundbar because m TV isn't mounted and its a 65" so getting the soundbar that has a flat surface would just like weird so I'm dishing out the extra cash for some real speakers.
CNET suggests using the onkyo A-5VL Integrated Stereo Amp with two tower speakers.
Now I get it. I have two speakers, so I'll need two coaxial cables (I'm going to get the Pioneer SP-FS52 speakers) which will both go into the amp and then a toslink cable which will go into the TV.
Now what I'm wondering is where the wires (coaxial) will go on the amp, heres a link to the page of the amp: http://www.onkyousa.com/Products/mod...urce=prodClass
Also if I were to get a subwoofer in the future, say from the same Pioneer set (http://www.amazon.com/Pioneer-SP-FS5...r+SP-FS52-LR+A
What wires will I need for that and where would they go, is that amp sufficient enough?
Does anyone also have a recommendation for a better bang for buck amp?
The idea of this came from a CNET article http://www.cnet.com/news/sound-bar-b...-need-to-know/
(scroll down until you see two tower speakers) which is where I'm getting my amp recommendation from.
Though I'm mainly concerned about the subwoofer as I plan on getting one in the future. So is a subwoofer compatible, and if it is how would I hook it up (what cables what I need, etc?)
Picture of the back of the amp for you to help a noob like me: http://www.onkyousa.com/imagesNew/am...back_large.jpg