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I have some older (5-10 years old) Pioneer 5.1 speakers as follows:


- 1 Center speaker - HTP102/202-CR - 100w - 8 ohms

- 2 Front speakers - HTP102-F - 100w - 8 ohms

- 2 Rear speakers - HTP102/202-CR - 50w - 16 ohms

- 1 Subwoofer - HTP102-SW - 100w - 8 ohms


I guess these speakers were made to be used in a setup that had the front L+R speaker wires run through the subwoofer... so the sub has input L+R and output L+R. I do not have the original receiver that came with this system.


I've been pushing these speakers with an old Sony "Dolby Pro" receiver bought in the 90's... it's not 5.1 but does have speaker outputs for left, right, rear left, rear right, and center. It's pretty old school, only RCA inputs. Definitely need to replace it.


I also have a 'regular old Panasonic' dvd player... it has component out and optical audio, but no hdmi etc.


HERE'S MY QUESTION:


If i want to get into the 21st century and upgrade to 5.1 audio for

- Brian
 

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Good catch... just trying to get some good advise and didn't let the first post "soak" long enough... thx
 
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