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No sound from a yamaha AV receiver preouts connected to ext in

Hi , i have this connection

Yamaha AV amplifier ----preouts--------ext in --denon 3300 set to ext in as input

no sound can be heard from the yamahatuner for example

can yoy help ?

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Do not use the ext in plug into the aux, or video input of the denon

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