Question about Audio Players & Recorders
First of all, hello to all here-would appreciate help putting together this system.
This past weekend I purchased some stereo equipment from a garage sale---
everything had been disconected-I bought it for $150.I have these:
Denon--dra 335r tuner-----adcom gfa 545 amp--adcom g f 6 spkr selector
Sony cdp cx235 (cd player) ------carver tfm 6cb amp---
I also have a ton of wires that came with it,connectors---Im just worried about maybe sparking up and damaging a piece---I hope someone can help me with this,again thanks to whoever takes the time to help me.Also could it be possible to hook up a surround sound system with this-- I have a kenwood surround system I bought about 6 years ago---Thank you
Well it should be like this...Your amp is prologic which means that it has 5+1 outputs (sub out may be for active sub).Connect your speakers on specific output for each one (center,front left,front right,rear left,rear right and sub).Other devices,CD,tuner...connect to the amp with signal RCA-RCA cabels.On the back of the amp you have all marked inputs.You wasn't specific what do you want to hook?!If you want to hook this "new" to kenwood connect rec out of it to aux in on kenwood.If oposite kenwood rec out to "new" aux in.Hope that this is what you need
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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