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Boschmann amplifier I do not know how to connect my Boschmann zx3-s5e amplifier to my other stereo components.

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The actual task of hooking up a home theater may take a little time, especially if you are doing a custom installation with lots of separate components, but following 3 links have the basic principle of input and output...pls visit all and than you can easiliy connect all properly..
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The Basics of Home Theater:
Sample Wiring Diagrams

http://www.prillaman.net/ht_info_8-wiring.html
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Home A/V Wiring Diagram
http://www.unicom.com/blog/entry/521
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How Do I Hook Up My Home Theater?http://hometheater.about.com/od/hometheaterbasicsfaq/f/htbasicfaq7.htm

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