Quick question, I have a Pioneer VSX-D711 (I know, I need a new one) receiver for my surround sound but I'm trying to use my LN52A750 Samsung as the center speaker. My receiver has a center pre-out jack and says to connect to the TV's audio input jack. My question is, which input jack on the back of the TV do I use, if its possible?
The receiver came with small speakers which I have set up around the room. I have no where to put the center speaker with the system and keep it 'center'. So I thought I'd get around it by using the TV as its dead center.....if not, I'll just install the center speaker off to one side a bit a guess.
I wasn't aware the Pioneer VSX-D711 was a HTIB which included speakers? Either way I would try to find a way to use the matching center as opposed to using the TV speaker as a center channel. Why does the center have to be off-center?
I want to die peacefully in my sleep like my grandfather, except not while driving a school bus.
No where to mount a center speaker, wife gave me the big NO to mount the speaker on the wall...ha ha. Other surround sound speakers are hidden. Originally bought the system at Costco, maybe they had a deal that included the speakers that no one else had?!?!?