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Setting up the player

I do not know how to set up this player. It was left behind at my house a few years ago without the manual, Can you tell me how to connect it to speakers? Does it need to be connected to a receiver and then connect the speakers to the receiver?

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The unit definately has to be connected to a receiver with a built in amp, and the speakers will then be connected to the reciever

Posted on Jul 13, 2010

  • Anita Williams Dec 10, 2011

    Thank You, I just obtained one from Amazon.com. It is a used one. Now where will I find the receiver with a built up amp and speakers. Since the CD player is Used where could I buy the used accessories.

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