Place stereo speakers and audio components
Unpack and place the left and right channel stereo speakers according to instructions on accommodation . Unpack and set up the receiver (or amplifier) and source components (DVD, CD, tape recorder) with accessible rear panels. At this stage, make sure that the components are not connected to the wall and turned off. Open the Operation Manual to the setup and installation pages for help. The diagrams on the back can be helpful.
It is recommended that you keep all packing materials and boxes in case of a speaker or component failure.
Connect your stereo speakers to your receiver or amplifier
Connect the left and right channel speaker wires to the main or front speaker outputs on the back of your receiver or amplifier to ensure correct speaker phasing.
Connect the digital output(s) of your source components to your receiver or amplifier.
DVD and CD players have an optical digital output, a coaxial digital output, or both. Connect one or both outputs to the appropriate digital input on the back of your receiver or amplifier.
Connect the analog inputs/outputs of your source components to your receiver or amplifier
DVD and CD players also have analog outputs. This connection is optional unless your receiver or amplifier has only analog inputs, or if you are connecting the player(s) to a TV with analog (only) inputs. If necessary, connect the left and right analog outputs of the player(s) to the analog [входам] receiver, amplifier or TV. Analog tape recorders, such as the cassette deck, only have analog connections, inputs, and outputs. Connect the cassette deck’s analog left and right channel outputs to the left and right channel TAPE inputs on your receiver or amplifier. Connect the TAPE OUT jacks of the left and right channels of your receiver or amplifier to the TAPE IN jacks of the left and right channels on your cassette deck.