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How to set up an intigrated amp to a 100 watt reciever

I need help in how to wire these together if i can.

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    Jango Fixit May 11, 2010

    Your post is not very clear. Which two items do you wish to hook up?

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Audio connection must have matching in audio level and symetrical.
1-prepare your connection cabels(better to be colour marked at connector(red for right channel- white for left chanel).
2-take pre amp right out to power amlifier right in.
3-take pre amp left out to power amplifier left in.
4-connect amplifier right out to right loudspeaker.
5-connect amplifier left out to left speaker.
6-adjust volume level and enjoyyy.

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