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How to hook up an amp to a reciever without preouts, can it be done?

I have h/k avr 45 no preamp outputs i want to hook up yamaha mx460 for music only can i hook up through the tape monitor output

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Yes, you can have output signal at tape monitor output terminal and can be hooked to any amp.

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