I have 2 jbl g400, a B&W cc6, 2 infinity rs 2000 and a Yamaha RX-V461.

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  1. Phishter Audiophyte

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    Is this an acceptable arrangement of speakers and receiver ? I have squired these all from friends of mine and all sound great. Is there anything I need to know in setting them up for the best listening experience and is a subwoofer nessicary ?


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    A subwoofer is never necessary but many appreciate it's contribution.
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    Re: I have 2 jbl g400, a B&W cc6, 2 infinity rs 2000 and a Yamaha RX-V461.

    To get seamless sound across the front as it pans from one side to the other, ideally the center should be the same as main L, R. A compromise is to have it from the same series.
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    I have 2 jbl g400, a B&W cc6, 2 infinity rs 2000 and a Yamaha RX-V461.

    Okay will try that. What if mainly jut listening to music and no surround is needed ?


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