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How do you connect wireless headphones to back of receiver?

Sennheiser wireless , which audio outs on yamaha v659

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Use the front pre-outs located immediately over the red "right" A&B speaker connectors in the rear of this unit. connect with a high quality stereo  gold plated rca cable.  

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