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Can I feed a power amp from a denon avc 3530 amplifiers pre out sockets ?

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SOURCE: DENON AVC-2850

1-check sound input source(dvd -tuner-deck)and confirm that amplifier is assigned to sound source-you must check source with it is cabels.
2-check sound output with it is cabels(speakers).
3-if every thing is fine your amp has a problem and needs to go to service center.

Posted on Mar 10, 2008

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SOURCE: Hello DENON AVC-A1SR servicing manual

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Posted on Jan 22, 2010

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SOURCE: Alpine 3530 Bridgeable 4 channel power amplifier

Use the left and right to connect the positive and negative to the respective speakers in the right and left. Please make sure of the polarity and so be cautious. next you can connect the sub woofer from the left and right channel as the amp is bridgeable. Use the lead to connect from the R- positve to L negative. test and check the phasing of the speakers, must get good low bass or else you can reverse the sub woofer and check again. If you ae having frint speakers connect accordingly the the other channel. Helpful Good day

Posted on Jul 13, 2010

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SOURCE: When i tun on my DENON avc-2800 amplifier it comes

Please see the link below for an explanation of Protect mode. Specific to your model, the output transistors are likely to be shorted. This particular model will shutdown the entire unit if any of the channels have a problem. Without actually seeing the unit and taking some internal measurements, I cannot state for sure the parts required for repair. I would expect a parts cost in the $20-$40 range minimum.

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Posted on Oct 16, 2010

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SOURCE: have a Denon amp (AVC-A11SR)

I have an AVC-A10SE,very similar. The OSD only works via the monitor out COMPOSITE output, so you will need to connect a cable from your amp from this socket to a composite in (yellow) socket on your tv

Posted on Jan 01, 2011

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I have denon avc 2530, now it is showing :Protect: which is i cannot remove, may u help me. ilyasfarhan.dp@gmail.com


There's an overload. Generally caused by a short in the power amp stage. Check the device(s) on the big heat sink.

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Has the Denon got a magnetic cartridge pre-amp built in? A good indication that it has will be if has a dedicated socket for a record deck. Connecting it to a tape or aux will only work if you purchase a separate Magnetic Cartridge pre-amp.

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Can i hook up a power amp to my denon avr-3300 with out a pre-amp


Yes. Your receiver has the required pre-out connection terminals needed to go to an external amplifier. That would make your receiver operate as the pre-amp/processor.

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I was given a Denon AVC 3020 amp that was connected to a Denon AVR 1082 receiving. The receiver is working fine but I can't seem to reconnect the amp back nor can I use the amp independently from the...


So you want to slave the 3020 to the 1082, right? Use the Pre-outs on the AVR to feed the amp. I imagine the AVR manual, which I cannot find, talks about that.

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Have a Denon amp (AVC-A11SR) and cannot use the OSD function. Can you give some solutions on how to fix this. Thanks


I have an AVC-A10SE,very similar. The OSD only works via the monitor out COMPOSITE output, so you will need to connect a cable from your amp from this socket to a composite in (yellow) socket on your tv

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I have a yamaha AX396 amp. . I want to connect my DENON POA2200 power amp. . .How to do it??


Does this model (yamaha) have "pre-out" connectors on the back panel?
If so, use those to go to the Denon

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Hello DENON AVC-A1SR servicing manual


try

www.servicemanuals.net

Good folks

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How to connect a power amplifier to an AV receiver


To achieve this, your AV receiver needs to have a pair of RCA/phono sockets labelled PRE-OUT. This output is the same as is normally fed to the receiver's own integral power amp, so the audio signl at this output is affected by input selection, volume and tone controls. Some receivers even have metal U-shaped links on the rear panel which connect between their PRE-OUT and MAIN-IN or POWER-IN sockets, so removing these links both makes the PRE-OUT available to connect to your separate amp, and disconnects the reveiver's internal amp, so you don't end up feeding signal to both power amps. I have seen Technics and NAD receivers and amps with this feature.
Don't connect your power amp to the REC-OUT or TAPE-OUT sockets of the receiver, as this output is not affected by the receiver's volume and tone controls, so you won't be able to adjust the sound using the receiver's controls.

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DENON AVC-2850


1-check sound input source(dvd -tuner-deck)and confirm that amplifier is assigned to sound source-you must check source with it is cabels.
2-check sound output with it is cabels(speakers).
3-if every thing is fine your amp has a problem and needs to go to service center.

Jan 07, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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