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  1. Thank you for pointing out! By the way, can you please show me how to properly connect the front height speakers to the receiver?
  2. Hello everyone, For years I've been using powered bookshelf speakers for everything, music, movies tv... Currently I'm using a pair of Edifier S1000, connected to my TV's optical port through a Fiio D03K DAC. I am planning an overhaul to my entertainment system and I need your help with choosing an AV receiver to match. This is my setup plan: - LG C9 55" OLED TV - Xbox One as a blu-ray player (to be replaced when the new one comes out) - RP-600M 5.1.2 Dolby Atmos Home Theater System (600m + 500c + 500m + 500sa + spl-100) - an AV receiver of your advice My plan is to connect my TV to the receiver via HDMI ARC ports. My main source will be the TV, I watch Netflix/Amazon on the TV's apps. The Xbox is mostly for games only. Since I know nothing about amplifiers or av receivers, I found it very confusing to choose one for my setup. I read in the Help page that I should choose the ones that have enough power output per channel for the according speakers but I still don't really understand it. For example, I'm looking at the Denon AVR-X3700H, which has 105W output, which is enough for the front, center, side and height speakers. However the SPL-100 sub woofer needs 200W. This is the part where it gets confusing for me. I've looked at the most expensive AVR-X8500H and it only gets to 150W. By the way, I've looked at the manual of the AVR-X3700H to see the instruction on connecting speakers. I don't know how to connect the two Front Height speakers. It has ports for 2 Fronts, Center, 2 Surrounds and 2 Surround Backs. I don't know where to connect the two Front Height speakers to. I would love to hear your advice, any opinion would be appreciated. Thank you all in advance!
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