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Pioneer A 400

Got A400 intergrated amp.can i use it with yamaha DSP E492av processor

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The DSP-E492 adds-on to a 5-channel receiver, a 2 channel receiver, or a separate system by using either a tape loop (line in & rec out) or the pre-amp/amp couplers that are included as a feature on many products.
In your case you would have to use the tape loop. Hook up by following the general rule of "ins" on one piece of equipment go to "outs" on the other piece of equipment.

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