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Music is only 2 channels. You would have to select a sound mode like All Channels Stereo to involve the center too. Or Dolby PL II, Neo:6, etc.
^ ^^ ^^ ^Look carefully at the product details and technical details.15.5 ounces would not be for the S30. they are way heavier than that.And the Model. SRS-M50 is for the little Sony satellites.I've got a hunch someone will be sorely disappointed if they expect the Cambridge bookshelf speakers to arrive.
Why are you doubting you bought the right equipment? Haven't seen any networked receivers under $200 so the Denon is probably a good choice. If you've got some type of 4 room speaker selector you should be fine.
Do you really want to put holes in your speakers? Blu Tack or Velcro should work perfectly fine. http://www.amazon.com/Blu-Tack-Reusable-Adhesive/dp/B001FGLX72/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1396910795&sr=8-1&keywords=bostik+blu-tack http://www.amazon.com/Velcro-Products-Sticky-Back-Press--application/dp/B004E2RCR4/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1396910834&sr=8-2&keywords=velcro+squares+black
All you neee is a subwoofer cable. It has one RCA jack on each end. It connects from the subwoofer preout on the back of the receiver (either jack) to the line input on your sub. Hopefully you have the power cord for that KEF sub? http://www.monoprice.com/Product?c_id=102&cp_id=10236&cs_id=1023603&p_id=2682&seq=1&format=2 You should probably download the receiver manual if you don't have...
Some TV's have a fixed audio output, others are variable. The majority that I see are fixed. I read your manual and it doesn't look like it has a variable output. Some will change to variable if you turn off the internal speakers but I didn't see an option to do that for your Sceptre TV.
The top plate is supposed to be smaller than the speaker dimensions. I would look awkward if it was wider than the speaker. I've had my Energy RC-10s on a top plate that is 5.5" x 5.5" for years with no problem. The speaker dimensions are 13" (33cm) H x 6.7" (16.5cm) W x 10.5" (27cm) D .
If you look at the back of each receiver, the speaker connections are the same. I'm sure the SS360 speakers will work with the SS380 receiver.
yes it has composite and that isn't converted to HDMI either. If you're using a Wii you're probably better off adding a Wii to HDMI adapter. http://www.amazon.com/HDMI-1080P-Output-Upscaling-Converter/dp/B007PY3ZPG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1396884010&sr=8-1&keywords=wii+to+hdmi+adapter
Are all your devices HDMI? The e300 has no analog to HDMI conversion. Your Sony is 7.1, the Denon e400 would probably be more comparable.
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