How to Hook Up a JVC DVD Digital Theater System TH-M303

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How to Hook Up a JVC DVD Digital Theater System TH-M303
Surround sound systems help bring to life your favourite movies and video games. (Polka Dot Images/Polka Dot/Getty Images)

The JVC TH-M303 is a 5.1 surround sound system with a built-in DVD player. This allows you to make additional room in your entertainment centre. In order to enjoy your full surround sound system you need to properly place the audio speakers and hook up the equipment with the DVD player/audio receiver.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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  1. 1

    Place the DVD/audio receiver near the television. This allows for easy connections running from the speakers.

  2. 2

    Set the large subwoofer on the ground near the entertainment centre. Plug the cable running from the woofer into the "Sub" port on the back side of the JVC TH-M303 surround sound system.

  3. 3

    Position one of the five speakers directly below the television. This is the centre channel. Run the wires from the speaker into the "Center" channel connection on the audio receiver.

  4. 4

    Place one speaker directly to the right of the TV, then the other to the left. Connect the wires from the left speaker into the "Front Left" port, then attach the wires from the right speaker into the "Front Right" port.

  5. 5

    Set down the final two remaining speakers. One is placed directly behind the main seating area to the left and the other is positioned to the right. The wires from the left speaker plug into the "Rear Left" port while the wires from the right speaker insert into the "Rear Right" port to complete the set-up process.

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