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Gday all.

I recently purchased another set of speakers.  They are the same as my fronts.  My room is open and Im a tad deaf.  When playing music I like sound coming from all four speakers and run them in stereo mode.  I normally turn the centre off via pre set for music listening.  What I did not understand was on connecting for the 1st time; I was not getting sound from all four speakers ie when watching Foxtel with some shows.  The new speakers were filling in...as such.  I get it now.  I just wanted more noise ie people talking in a show and sound not just from the fronts and centre but all.

 Is it ok to disconnect the new speakers from surround and connect them to speaker B section?  Do all four work together ok in this config?  Manual states speaker B is an auxiliary set for remote locations such as other rooms etc.  Speaker B selection, all surround sound sources are down mixed to stereo.  Combining A+B will result in the source being down mixed to stereo,  which I like.  I assume I can. Yup far from a guru.  Appreciate your help.  Ta

 From the NAD manual :

 

13 SPEAKERS A, SPEAKERS B
• Connect the respective SPEAKER A’s FRONT L, FRONT R, CENTER,
SURR R, SURR L, SURR-BL and SURR-BR channels to their
corresponding loudspeakers. Make sure the “+” (red) terminal and
“-“(black) terminal are connected to the corresponding “+” and
“-“terminals of the loudspeaker. Use extra care to ensure that no
stray wires or strands cross between posts or terminals at either end.
• Connect left and right channels of SPEAKERS B to corresponding
remote loudspeakers. When SPEAKERS B is activated, the output
is converted to “Stereo Downmix”. Combining SPEAKER A and
SPEAKER B (SPEAKERS A + B) will also result to the source being
down mixed to stereo.
• The T 777 is designed to produce optimum sound quality when
connected to speakers with impedances within its operating range.
Please make sure that all the speakers are rated 4Ω minimum per
speaker.

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