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Depends. What are you hooking external speakers to? Car radio? If the speakers do not exceed the output of the radio, you can directly hook speakers up to the radio by connecting 2 wires. If they do exceed the radio output, you will need an amplifyer.
You can use a hi-level to low-level adapter. Just remember, the Yamaha does not send power (wattage) to the sub, just signal. You need to use a subwoofer that has an amplifier either externally or built in.
In a radio like your Pioneer and all similar units there are always a pre-amp circuit that feeds a power amp circuit,In some players there are more than one pre-amp circiuts. It is possible and highly probable that the power amp circuit in your Pioneer is shorted, so you still get some audio output , but very little. I believe this is your problem and I suggest that you bring it to a repair shop for an estimate or replace the unit. Good luck and please rate this answer, Thanks.
is there a external jack for a speaker or head phones? If there is try your head phones or ext speaker. If you look inside your case you will see that the speaker wires go from the sound board to the jack to the speakers. Some times the jack gets something in it or stuck open and it doesnt let the sound go to the speakers