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There are no instructions on which ports to use for a mixer and a computer. Can't route any instruments through receiver/amp for recording purposes

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A Home Audio Receiver is not meant to amp instruments. There are ways to do so using the record line in but you take a large risk of blowing the amp. May I ask what exactly you are trying to do so I can better assist you?

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