Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Amp no. MX-D91M
By compatible I assume you mean you can't connect the separates?
The inputs on the amp. are usually phono sockets on the back. These are white and red (left and right - or the other way round, I can't remember) and may be marked "Phono/CD/TV/Aux" or some such. Your input devices will have corresponding cables to attach to these. Speaker outlets (for your speakers) will be marked clearly also. Like "SP1/SP2" or "Front SP/Rear SP" or some such. These are often clamps which grip the cables.
All the individual components will need power from a mains socket or multi-way socket.
If I'm way off I apologise.
Posted on Dec 11, 2014
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