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? connecting AudioSouce amp two to my receiver

How do I connect them so I get cd, radio to the amp. From what on the receiver to where on the AS amp two?

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If you're using the receiver as a preamp, you'll need a low level output on the receiver which tracks with the volume control on the receiver. Some receivers have "preamp out" jacks which are tracked with the volume control on your receiver. This is what you're supposed to use. However, if you don't have this feature, you can use the headphone jack on your receiver. This is what I do with my amp and it works great!

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