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I am trying to hook up a wireless outdoor speaker set to my receiver. it says to hook up to the audio output plugins with the rca adapters. There is no "audio output" plug ins on the back.It came with a headphone adapter to plug in to the headphone jack.this works my wireless speakers but shuts off the indoor speakers.any solutions?

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  • billkirk Jul 17, 2009

    I cant find a Analog pre out jack on the back of the unit

  • billkirk Jul 17, 2009

    There are no analog pre out plug ins on the back of my receiver

  • billkirk Jul 17, 2009

    There is no analog pre out jack on the back of my receiver. any suggestions?

  • billkirk Jul 17, 2009

    What jacks on the back of my receiver specifically do I plug into

  • billkirk Jul 17, 2009

    Is there any way to hook up to any jacks in the rear of my receiver?

  • billkirk Jul 17, 2009

    I am trying to hook up a wireless transmitter that transmits to wireless speakers.The instructions said to hook up the transmitter to the audio output on the back of my denon receiver. There is no audio output. 1 suggestion said to hook up to the pre out analog output and there isnt one of those on my receiver.The transmitter came with an adapter for RCA hookups. any suggestions?

  • billkirk Jul 17, 2009

    Can anyone out there tell me how to hook up my transmitter to the back of my denon avr 2105 receiver?

  • billkirk Jul 20, 2009

    worked great.thank you

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You have 2 different jacks in the back of your receiver that should work with your wireless speakers. If the speakers want a recording level output you can connect the transmitter to your CDR/TAPE OUT connection. To be able to hear the speakers you will then have to press the ZONE2/REC SELECT until you see the RECOUT SOURCE on the display. Then turn the Function knob to whatever source you want to listen to.

If the transmitter needs a line level output, you would then connect it to the PRE OUT jacks. I would choose the FRONT set of jacks and then your wireless speakers will be outputting the same signal as your FRONT speakers.

If neither of these connections give you any sound, or if the sound is distorted regardless of the adjustments you make with the speakers and receiver, then you may have a problem with the wireless speakers. If you have a simple source such as a portable cd player or something along those lines you might want to try and hook up the speakers to that source to see if there is an output.

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The audio output is the speaker jacks. They are red and black. Match these wires up to your speakers. You speakers also will have a red and black.
Red = Positive
Black = Negative.

Just match colors from back of stereo to the colors on the speakers themselves.

RCA jacks are the little round ends with a round pin in the middle. If your stereo doesn't have this then it should have the little buttons that you press and hold down while inserting the speaker wire.

Any other questions, feel free to ask.

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U will need a stereo repair shop to hook up another headphone jack, they can do this is such a way as to not disable the inside speakers, but with what you have now you can't have both indoor and outdoor working, this is the only solution, it should not be very expensive either, if you are savy on electronics you could do this yourself. u can buy the parts at radio shack, they ,may also be able to provide hands on guidance on the job

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Hi, Welcome to FixYa


You want to connect to your indoor and outdoor speakers simultaniuosly. So you can make use of a spliter. Which will give two audio output jacks for you using the one plug you have.



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Do you see "Analog PRE OUT" terminals on the back of the of it? The Analog PRE OUT and the 'Audio Output' are the same. If you find it, then connect the RCA adapter that came with your appliance.

Hope this helps and have a great day!

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