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I have a 6.1 surround sound htr5740 Yamaha can u hook up an equalizer to it? And if so does it have to be Yamaha equalizer or can u use any brand ?

you can hook up any equalizer you prefer
In a professional setting this would go after your signal processing before your amp

A consumer receiver functions as both the signal processor and the amplifier in one. Some receivers have a "tape monitor channel", "preamp in and out or "through".

upload a pic of the back of your receiver

I believe your amp has no tape out or any type of feature that would allow an insert. Upload a pic though to be sure.

If that is that case you would have to put it before the inputs, which unless you only have one, would be complicated.

Feb 25, 2016 | Yamaha Audio Players & Recorders

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How do I hook an EQ to my yamaha m65 amp?

your eq should either come between the outputs of your mixer and the inputs of your amp, or you can connect your source (guitar, keyboard, microphone) into the eq and out into either a mixer or straight to the amp

Feb 09, 2014 | Yamaha Audio Players & Recorders

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I need some help hooking up an amp, tv, and xbox 360 together please! I have a Toshiba 46g310u TV and Xbox 360 already hooked up together using an HDMI cable. I just bought a Yamaha R-S300 amplifier,...

Many TVs have to have the optical output enabled in a set-up menu. Do you see red when the connector is disconnected (which doesn't necessarily mean that it is active, just that it is 'ON').

Have you checked the amplifier to insure that the input is working by connecting something else directly up to it? Can you test the TOSLINK converter by plugging the output into something else to determine where the problem lies. I still suspect it is in the menus of the TV.

Sep 10, 2013 | Toshiba 46G310U LCD TV

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I have 2 qustions?

my guess is that the yamaha has pre-amp outs, most yamaha stuff does, and that is the one you should be using for the main, and hooking up to the onkyo, and letting the yamaha be your zone controler, and the onkyo be your remote amp for your second zone (if your onkyo had pre-amp outs it would work how your trying to do it, but it dont) so exchange there places, and run a pre amp out to any input of your onkyo, and you'll have total volume control of your outside speakers

Jul 28, 2013 | Onkyo Audio Players & Recorders

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You should have preamp output jacks on the back of the receiver. Hook that up to your external amp input.

Jul 24, 2013 | Yamaha RX-Z11 11.2 Channels Receiver

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Trying to hook up my wii but have sound and no picture I have HDMI cable from tv to yamaha v373 amp and trying to connect the red white and yellow cables to back of amp

Need to put yellow cable into monitor in and choose a input with video vcr, tv, or dvd. still no luck then yellow directly to tv.

Dec 08, 2012 | Yamaha RX-V373 5.1 AV Home Theater...

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I have a Yamaha M65 520w power amp, a HTR 5630 210w EQ and a GE-60 Rcvr all in excellent condition. I'm having difficulty hooking them all up to each other and 2 prs of speakers. I'm have 2 Cerwin Vega CLS...

First of all it is important when you are using such good quality system to have an idea of the room. The accoustic quality of the room is a great factorr as even the best system may sound poor. Hence I owul like you to firrst rearrange your system with the Cerwin in the front and the DCM in the rear. Now the most IMPORTANT POINT you must be careful is to connect your speakers with the corrrect Phasing. The positive and negative must be correct , if not the sound will cancel off. So test this out. Connection of the L&R inputs must be also in order without crossing over from the source to the equaliser to the main amp. Now if you have set the equaliser right check for gain in each frequency. If not try to disconnect the equaliser and connect source to amplifier directly and test. make a assesment for good quality. You can also try to reverse ONE of the rear speakers for any improvement. I hope this advice helps you. Good day

Jun 17, 2010 | Yamaha Audio Players & Recorders

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Hooking up Turntable to Yahama HTR-5660

you have to have a pre amp, or an old reciever with a phono input.

you dont have to use the aux input, the cd or md-cdr inputs will be fine, but you do need that preamp for that reciever

Nov 29, 2008 | Yamaha Audio Players & Recorders

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I have a yamaha m65 power amp. the amp lights up but the red protection light stays on. no sound.

the power amps are blown and need replacing, the protect circut is stopping any further dammage

Oct 06, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Zone2 problem

I had the same problem.  Yamaha's web-site states that the zone 2 and zone 3 can only be driven from analog inputs (RCA stereo input jacks), not digital inputs.  If your media center is hooked up with digital connections (such as HDMI), it will not feed the zone 2 or 3.  Yamaha's web-site suggest hooking up both analog and digital feeds.  It claims that the digital will drive the main zone and the analog will drive the other zones.
Good luck...

May 25, 2008 | Yamaha RX-V2700 Receiver

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