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How would I connect a recently purchased Onkyo M 282 amplifier to a Yamaha RX-V663 reciever to power speakers in a second room

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  • mfile3 Jan 07, 2009

    the back of the amplifier has RCA in
    RCA out
    1 speaker left connection 1 speaker right connection


    How do I go from the reciever out to the amp and from the amp to the second room speakers
    Please be specific

  • mfile3 Jan 07, 2009

    the back of the amplifier has RCA in RCA out 1 speaker left connection 1 speaker right connection
    How do I go from the reciever out to the amp and from the amp to the second room speakers Please be specific

  • mfile3 Jan 07, 2009

    specifically where do the phono jacks connect on the reciever and I assume they plug into the in on the amp

  • mfile3 Jan 07, 2009

    speakers are wired with a volume control in the room

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Using a HDMI cable available in all TV stores, connect the output HDMI socket on the receiver to the input HDMI on the amplifier. Run cable to your other room for the speakers. Connect the speakers (observing polarity red-red black-black) to the speaker wire, connect the other end in the other room to the back of the amplifier speaker-out sockets.
Plug both units in and tune the receiver.
Note,your amplifier has no volume control but you may be able to control it from the receiver. The manual for the receiver should explain how to adjust the output level of the HDMI socket
Hope that works out for you...:)

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Hi, You should connect audio out of the Yamaha to Audio in (back side) of the Onkyo amplifier.

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From The Device The Sound Is Coming From Hook Up To Rca Jacks Output To The Second Device Hook Into The Rca Jacks Input. If There Is No Rca Jack Input You Can Buy Connectors From Radio Shack And Turn Them Into The Specified End You Need.

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    Michael Fisher Jan 07, 2009

    Ive Checked Your Devices And Your Gonna Wanna Come Out Of Your Onkyo M 282 rear Bottom Left
    Where It Says Audio hook into botch connectors on the right. Then On Your RX-V663 rear Bottom Left Phono In Hook Up The Other 2 Ends.



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Go to this link and it will show you how to hook up steo by step
http://www.yamaha.com/yec/customer/hookupdiagram.html?CTID=5010070

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The Yamaha RX-v663 apears to have a 95 watt output, and the Onkyo 100 x2. The Onkyo does allow pass through, so I would read the set up instructions of the Yamaha if you need to connect them together for mult-room control.
Here's a link to the configuration from Yamaha
http://www.yamaha.com/yec/customer/hookupdiagram.html?CTID=5010070

Good luck and let me know if this helped

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Hook RCA cable in Onkyo line in and other end of cable will go to line-out / monitor in Yamaha. Onkyo will receive Yamaha out signal and will drive its own speakers in other room.

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The first step is to determine where and how you will run the speaker wires from the receiver to the speakers. In most cases, the wires will run on the floor along the baseboards. Measure the distance between the receiver and speakers and make sure you have enough speaker wire.
Connect the left and right channel speaker wires to the ‘Main’ or ‘Front’ speaker outputs on the back panel of the receiver or amplifier, then run the wires to the terminals on the back of each speaker. Make sure you connect the left channel output of the receiver to the left channel speaker and the same for the right channel. Correct speaker phasing is very important for the best sound. Read more here about correct speaker phasing.

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    Elizabeth Krijt Jan 07, 2009

    You must have a pre-amp output for connection of an external amplifier.
    If you don't have such an output on an existing receiver, you'll
    probably need to upgrade that as well if you'd like to use an external
    amplifier

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Output from Source (dvd, tuner, etc) to the input on the amplifier using RCA cables.
Speakers go to the ampifier terminals

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    Component RCAs (Red & White) From Source (dvd, tuner cd etc) OUT on Reciever to IN on amplifier

    Flip switch to AUDIO (for signal sensing and auto turn-on)

    Speakers attach to +/- terminals accordingly.

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    blueextc3221 Jan 07, 2009

    http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y66/Leu...

    this is all you will need.

    Then from the amplifier, speaker wire to the speakers in the other room.

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    blueextc3221 Jan 07, 2009

    Red to red, white to white - on back of reciever... you have to select which source you want to use.... CD, DVD, Tuner etc.

    Then the other end of the cable goes to IN on the amplifier.



    Then to hear the music in the other room, you must select the source (dvd, cd, tuner). The auto switch on the amplifier will sense an audio voltage thru the cable and turn on.... and your speakers will be playing in the other room.

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    blueextc3221 Jan 07, 2009

    example:

    i want to play the music from the radio in another room.

    I connect red/white RCAs to the OUT on the back that says TUNER.

    Now I take the other end of the cable and they go in the Red and White of the IN on the amplifier.

    I run my speaker wires to the amplifier

    And finally switch the small switch to the right of the red& white RCAs to Auto.

    Now when I want to listen to the Radio in the other room... i select TUNER on the face of the radio or remote.

    The amplifier sesnses the voltage thru the RCAs and turns on, and then amplifies the signal from the tuner to the speakers connected to it.



    Hope this helps.

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    blueextc3221 Jan 07, 2009

    the volume control is a potentiometer that only limits the signal going to the speakers. You can use that as a remote volume knob.

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    blueextc3221 Jan 07, 2009

    The Zone 2 pre-out should be a good signal... but im not sure if that will be from all sources or not.

    I am looking at the rear of the reciever, but it is hard to make out.

    All the outputs are on the right side.

    You are looking for an output.

    Front, Zone, Rear (not subwoofer).



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You will require a cable and the adapters to connect them.that cables you can get at  radio shack websites.

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The sppeakers are wireless or with cable?

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Hi there
You will need to purchase a set of phono jack leads to connect the amp to the receiver

Good luck and kind regards

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Connect left and right channel speaker wires to the ‘Front’ speaker outputs on the back panel of the receiver or amplifier

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