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How do I hook up a Kenwood KR11000G Stereo Receiver with a Kenwood C2 Stereo Control Amplifier and a Marantz 1152DC Integrated Amplifier ?

Thanks so much Robotek for your feedback. Could you possibly draw a diagram and email a JPEG of the recommended connections you detailed. Thanks in advance, you are AWESOME!!!!!

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Hey spanky, no worries, just about to go to bed...11.40pm here. Will follow up tomorrow:) Cheers mate

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Sorry for the delays in getting back to you. Been busy here this week.

OK. to connect the 2275 to the 1152,there are 2 ways of going about this.

You can plug the pre- out of the 2275 to the power amp-in of the 1152. In doing this you are using the power amp section of the 1152 and the preamp functions of the 2275. Your other gear like CD player, tape deck and so on also plug into the 2275.

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