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I am getting a pioneer vsx 1019ah-k reciever. I have a C3 klipsch center and def. tech. 7006 fronts. That is all I have hooked up. My center has two sets of pos and neg connecters. Can I Double the power by connecting 2 sets of wires to my center and reciever to get more power to it?

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Do you mean like putting batteries in parallel

to get more available current? I'm going to say the best advise will come from the owner's manual. You don't want to mess up this new receiver. I would say that, unless the two sets of posts come from separate driver circuits, you get no potential power gain.

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(NT) Thank you
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Is there a major differnce between the pioneer vsx 1019 and 1020(other than hdmi connectand watts per channel)?

Thank you

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