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Sherwood RX-5502 Multi-Room Stereo Receiver
what cable do i need to connect the sherwood rx5502 to my LG tv in order to get surround sound? i also have a bose subwoofer and speakers. thanks
This is only a stereo receiver and will only accept a left and right line level input. You will have to use a standard RCA patch cable from the output of your TV, if the TV only has digital outputs you will have to use a digital to analog converter.
Date published: 2014-12-31
Can I be able to connect and monitor an EQ with this unit?
This unit does not have any way to hook up any processing. That usually requires a pre out main in type loop.
Date published: 2015-01-05
"With the installation of IR repeater systems (not included), you don't even need to install local volume controls." But, will it work with local volume controls?
Yes, use the impedance matching type volume controls to stabilize the load to the amplifier.
Date published: 2014-10-09
I am setting up an outdoor pool house stereo system. I want a receiver to power 2 pair of outdoor TIC APS120 & 1 TIC GS50. I think I need receiver with 3 pair of speaker capability? Most only have 2, A & B. What do I need?
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Date published: 2014-09-02
Hi looking to use this to run 4 rooms/zones of music in a home...would this work. I don't want to have to add an external speaker switch.
This is designed to power two rooms/two pairs of speakers at the same time. In order to have four zones you will either have to find a 4 zone amplifier (our Dayton MA1240 would work) or use a speaker switch.
Date published: 2014-07-08
can i hook up my i-pod to this unit
This does not have a dedicated iPod input although you can use a 3.5mm to dual RCA cable and plug the headphone output of the iPod into one of the inputs on the back of the receiver.
Date published: 2014-06-09