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Old 28th January 2005, 04:34 AM   #1
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Default VSX-D812 A/V Receiver

I got this receiver for my 20th Birthday, which was two days ago. It is the Pioneer VSX-D812, we went down to DickSmith, and we picked it out of a whole set of receivers that were marked with 'special' prices. I'm not very picky, as it is it's replacing an old 30w stereo amplifier i've been using for the past 5 years which pops and clicks a lot.

I found a schematic of the back of this receiver, and noticed that it has two speaker modes, A and B. When set in B the receiver makes use of all the speakers (rear, center, front, etc) but when set in A only the front speakers are active (and subwoofer if set up). I'm wondering why there are two sets of front speaker connectors. Would I be able to use my home theatre configuration at one time, then switch to mode A and have my music-only speakers running? (I do have two pairs of fronts, one for theatre, one for music only).
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Old 19th January 2006, 03:06 PM   #2
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Most Receivers are set up this way--however i've seen it the other way around. it's designed for a bypass listening. if you only want to listen in the old two speaker stereo mode.

I do not believe this is a defect in the system but the way it was deisgned by engineers that still use their tranister radios
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Old 20th January 2006, 12:07 AM   #3
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Thanks for the reply. I've had the receiver now for nearly a year And so I've figured out what the different speaker modes do. But thanks none the less!
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