Using Goodman’s GHC4200PRO speakers with an AV receiver
by Dharmesh Joshi
I have purchased the Goodman’s GHC4200PRO along with my plasma screen about a year back. The Sub has all my speaker connections and optical and coaxial inputs for devices like DVD players and stereo.
I have now bought an HD media system, whereby the GHC4200PRO is giving some trouble when HD audio is selected.
I have therefore chosen to purchase a sound receiver that can handle the HD audio and use the existing speaker set that came with the GHC4200PRO.
I would like to know in regards to the SUB, as the SUB had got inbuilt sound decoder, would I be able to use the SUB independently with my new receiver.
My receiver has a sub coaxial output port. Where would I connect this to on the GHC4200PRO? Would I just connect it to the coaxial digital input and let the GHC4200PRO decode for the sub output, or should I connect it to one of the stereo inputs?
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Paul started the Home Cinema Guide to help less-experienced users get the most out of today's audio-visual technology. He has worked as a sound, lighting and audio-visual engineer for around 20 years. At home, he has spent more time than is probably healthy installing, configuring, testing, de-rigging, fixing, tweaking, re-installing again (and sometimes using) various pieces of hi-fi and home cinema equipment.