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How do i connect everything. i have a pioneer m90 power amp and a pioneer c90 control amp and have no instructions to connect them

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Hi,

Basically, the Pioneer C-90 would serve as the INPUT and Control Center. All your Video and Audio sources would have to be connected at the rear.

The M-90 on the other hand is the amplifier side. Other than a pair of RCA cables and your speakers, nothing is to be connected. You need to select a particular source on the front selector switch and connect the RCA pair to the corresponding rear RCA females. The other end of the RCA cables goes to the Line Out/ Pre-Amp Out of the C-90.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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Resitor & login & download the manual of connaction

http://www.hifiengine.com/manuals/pioneer/m-90.shtml

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Look at the back of your control amp for sockets marked pre out,connect these to sockets marked power in on the power amp with good phono cables,now put your cd player etc into the control amp and connect speakers to the power amp.

hope this helps.
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What other device are you connecting?

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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    Ginko Jul 17, 2008

    Generally you use a pair of RCA cables to connect your control amplifier to your power amplifier.

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the audio output of C90 control amp.is in the>INPUT of your pioneer M90 power amp.
message me if ever not ok..

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message me if ever not ok..

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