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I am totally new to this hooking up a receiver to a amp.

I am DJ needing to be mobile. Not sure what to do I have all this equipment, I don't know how to hook it all up so it functions properly. I have a onkyo receiver and a amp. The receiver can't handle the sound from the mixer and cd players so I bought the amp(Onkyo M-282 2-Channel Amplifier) not at all sure on how to get it all to work.

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