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Connecting an audio/video transmitter to Yamaha HTR 5830 Amp

I would like to connect an audio/video transmitter to my Yamaha HTR 5830 Home Theatre Amplifier. I have a small speaker/amplifier system which I wish to use outdoors and this would achieve outdoor sound without having to run speaker wires etc.
The HTR 5830 has several RCA connectors on the back but I am not sure if I can achieve a suitable connection for the av transmitter?
I would appreciate your help, thanks.

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If you want to get sound out to speakers use the KEFF WIRELESS SYSTEM as this will not break up or cut out.
Hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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