rear surround out
The LFE (Low Frequency Effects) Audio channel, found in digital surround
sound audio schemes, carries only low frequency information of 80 Hz and below.
The LFE channel drives a subwoofer to provide extremely low bass extension.
Systems not using subwoofers can shunt the LFE information to the main speakers
in the surround sound setup.
Use the (blue) line-in connector to attach a
record/playback device such as a cassette
player, CD player, or VCR.
On computers with a sound card, use the
connector on the card.
Use the (green) line-out connector to attach
headphones and speakers with integrated
Use the (pink) microphone connector to
attach a personal computer microphone for
voice or musical input into a sound or
Use the (silver) side surround connector to
attach additional speakers.
Use the (black) surround sound connector to
attach multichannel-capable speakers.
Use the (orange) subwoofer connector to
attach a single subwoofer.