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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No it can't be done. The input level is automatically controled to give a fixed output at a predetermined level..........................sodeep
Posted on May 04, 2009
Let me make this clear to you that your Yamaha does not support Microphone but the trick is you can still do it. All you need is a stereo jack to a RCA connector cable.Check this out http://www.mediacollege.com/audio/connection/jack-stereo-rca-2.html It is easily available in the market. The stereo jack will fit into your microphone and the RCA to your Amplifier/Reciever. Plug the RCA into CD/Tape input but not in the Phono n do your thing. Let me know if this works,coz I'm really curious.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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Does your reciever use a remote control?
If so, you should be aware that on many recievers and surround amplifiers some of the functions may only be accessible via the remote control (the best way to learn about it is to consult the user manual).
I have a Pioneer VSA-730 surround amplifier and the only way i can change the mix levels for surround/sub/center speakers is by a remote control. My friend had the same problem and, after reading the manual, he discovered that he actually needs to use the remote control to access all functions of the amplifier.
Good luck and best regards
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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Hi, assuming you can pickup a good digital TV signal online, you can certainly connect your digital audio output to the receiver using a standard Toslink cable with a Toslink mini-plug adapter. Here is an example of the cable you would need: http://www.nextag.com/norob/PtitleSeller.jsp?nxtg=7420a280505-3C5E1BE5D8BAF95C&chnl=main&ptitle=661011573&tag=888720410&ctx=jGibfICWCJ8Pl1v84x0Fy0POJ0U8nsKWXqtnWffvJ8FyQWcSXVGi1g9vyaWcaQl6ez45TKa57b5%2FQPHsf2qbe7UPiIvmhplfDiwRnUeRnuNffo5Uly2xM1dEbpxXiXph1zleMHrrwwQeoDFKL%2FFIFArXNlVU9QjoOHhXQmBAi%2FejvazjML5Cf%2BWhD4Y3DTkyoFZ4OkNC4quT8cPJ9p50Tjw0CICjAeGhwBq1G62s1KCHMhMj6UM65iXNpmD3t%2FW1fbp4ZeY9JF9YbzlzYf8ALD%2FrmBi6C2P5okVECy3ZzIw%3D
This will connect to the optical input of your receiver. You can read a bit more here: http://hometheater.consumerelectronicsnet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=47126
Are you intending to also export the video to a TV? For that, all you need is a VGA cable to hook to the VGA port on the Mac. I'm assuming your TV has a VGA input, or you would need a VGA to video adapter.
I hope this is what you were asking for. If not, please let me know and I'll try again.
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Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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