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Username: Decker

Post Number: 8
Registered: Jun-04
Well, I have been thinking a decent amount about this lately, and I have come to the conclusion that I am, in fact, a moron. Here's the undisputable evidence that has convinced me:

I'm thinking about buying the SC-AK520 Shelf system from panasonic. It seems to have what I want - albeit the speakers are a bit much. Here is the 'deal'....

I already have these speakers:
http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/products/details/US/EN,crid=2,contentid=5047,d etail=2

As you can see, they are for digital surround sound. The way it sounds, it doesn't have to be Dolby. I'm not sure what Dolby is, but it sounds attractive.

I went to my local Wally World to check out the SC-AK520 (no, I am not actually buying it there)...and it has two Red/White RCA jacks in the back. However, it doesn't say anything more than that. I think it says "Auxilliary" right above the two (clearly marking them that)...Don't get me wrong, I know what that means buuut....it means Output, right? I must know, and there doesn't seem to be any way to test it. I really need it to be output.

Next problem. The whole reason for me having this would be to hook up my Z-640 speakers with my shelf system. Following?

Here's the shelf system:
http://www.circuitcity.com/detail.jsp?c=1&b=g&u=c&qp=0&bookmark=bookmark_0&oid=8 8586&catoid=-8022&m=0

5.1 Speakers, good speakers, made for PC, Digital
SC-AK520, high quality shelf system, with "Digital Tuner" but not Dolby, "Auxilliary" something, output or input.

Well...
The ultimate question is, of course...Are these compatible?
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