Hey guys, first time posting here!
I have done some searching on this and have a question or two:
I just got a new receiver and TV. The receiver has a left and right output per channel (it does 7.1 max). I currently have a 5.1 setup. Center channel, 2 front speakers (Definitive Tech BP2000), 2 rear tower speakers, and a sub.
I have everything wired but the front BP2000 speakers. Here is a picture of the rear wiring inputs:
How do I wire these? I have them in the low portion right now and it works. I was reading on some other threads about having to all the grounds on H/M/L connected together, and the powers of the H/M/L connected together as well, then run my inputs into those. Question being, how would I go about doing that? They're banana plugs, so would I have to put a plug into each input with a wire out the back, then twist them together and put an end on that? The monster wire I am running BARELY fits into one banana plug, so I doubt I could get 3 wires worth into a plug, even if I strip it down to the copper innards. I thought about 2 into 1 adapter, so I could hook up the High and Medium, then use the 1 wire to connect another 2 into 1 adapter into the H/M wire and the Low wire, then connect my input into that, but that would look extremely... cheesy? Also worried about the sound being degraded. I just got a huge roll of monster cable and monster ends for EVERYTHING... so with the wire and connectors and TV/receiver being used, I only want to do this once and do it RIGHT.
Thanks for any help guys!
EDIT: Don't mind the dust, that will be cleaned up!