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Use "Main Out Norm" from the gfp-555 pre-amp and connect to Canon connectors of the Yamaha. This requires a standard RCA to Canon cable for correct connection. Start with this first, if that works OK than try the "Lab" output of your pre-amp, but I am not sure if the Yamaha can handle this or the results of sound quality. Your choice.
Obviously you are going to use the Front pre-out's on the Sony to drive the Adcoms. its pretty straightforward, just do not use a speaker that is less than 8 ohms. and make sure that you always have the power switch off on the adcoms, let them sit off for 5 minutes, THEN hit the bridge switch on the back of the adcom's and follow their instructions for bridging. it's pretty easy and tough to go wrong. Good luck...Rob
The input jacks on a 555 are a standard gold plated, high quality jack. looking around the net, you should pay no more than 7-10 dollars each ( or just get originals from Adcom. ). What is your comfort level with electronics?. Can you solder properly?. I cant answer this without more info.....thanks...Good luck...Rob