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« relationship to the satellites. However, placing the subwoofer on the floor close to a wall or room corner provides better bass efficiency and optimum sound. WARNING: The subwoofer is not magnetically shielded. As such, it SHOULD be placed at least 2 feet (0.6m) from TVs, computer monitors, computer hard drives or any other magnetic media (e.g. floppy disks, Zip disks, computer or audio tapes, etc.). Satellite Speakers Arrange the front satellites to suit your listening tastes—from next to the monitor to as far apart as the speaker cords allow. The rear satellites should be placed slightly behind you, or as far back as the cords allow. The same principle applies to wall-mounted rear speakers. Place the center satellite either on top or below the center of the monitor. For optimum sound, all satellites should be placed at or slightly above ear level, and in an arrangement that offers the most satisfying results. NOTE: The satellite speakers ARE magnetically shielded and can be placed close to video displays such as TVs and computer monitors without distorting the image. Making Connections WARNING: Do not insert the speaker system’s power plug into an AC outlet until all connections are made. Also, turn off the audio source (i.e., your PC, MP3 player, Sony PlayStation, etc.) before connecting the outputs to the 5100 system’s inputs. To ensure first-time operation as expected, carefully follow the connection sequences described below in the order indicated for your particular application. Setup is fast and easy: Simply connect the audio source inputs and the satellite speakers to the rear of the subwoofer. Satellite Speakers The satellite speakers must be connected to the subwoofer. To make setup easy, the input jacks on the subwoofer are color-coded to the jacks on the satellite cables. 1.Connect the orange RCA plug from the RIGHT FRONT satellite into the jack marked RIGHT FRONT on the subwoofer. Repeat this procedure for the LEFT FRONT satellite, connecting the brown RCA plug from the LEFT FRONT satellite to the jack marked LEFT FRONT on the subwoofer. 2.Connect the purple RCA plug from the RIGHT REAR satellite into the jack marked RIGHT REAR on the subwoofer. Repeat this procedure for the LEFT REAR satellite, connecting the gold RCA plug from the LEFT REAR satellite to the jack marked LEFT REAR on the subwoofer. 3.Connect the cyan 3.5mm stereo plug from the CENTER satellite to the jack marked CENTER on the subwoofer. 4.Connect the gray DIN plug from the system controller unit into the DIN jack marked CONTROLLER on the subwoofer. Note that the DIN plug has an arrow. The arrow should be face up for correct insertion into the DIN jack on the subwoofer. Inputs Various connection schemes between your audio source and the 5100 speaker system are available. Determine if you’ll be setting up the speaker system for PC audio/PC gaming, DVD playback, console gaming or with portable audio devices (such as MP3 or portable CD players), then skip to the appropriate section. PC Audio/PC Gaming/DVD Playback Sound cards designed for PC gaming or DVD playback have unique audio outputs. Typically, the outputs will be marked as “front output,” “rear output” and “LFE/center output.” In some cases, slightly different terminology may be used. The sound card’s documentation should help you determine which outputs to use with your speaker system. 6-Channel/5.1 Sound Cards 1.Locate the cables with... »

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