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Need to know which set of rca jacks to hook my amp to. when i hook up to rear it act as rear speakers and the same thing to front. when i hook it up to av out it doesnt work with the volume it stays on and cant adjust it. help please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

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    Kendell Louther May 21, 2011

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Hi,
May I know your email add, I will send to you the copy on how to set-up your unit.
Jdvillanueva

Posted on May 21, 2011

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    Jdvillanueva May 21, 2011

    Thanks for the response, I've already sent the copy to the email add you've provided. Hope It will help you. Thanks for using Fixya.

  • paulkim1125 Jun 10, 2011

    could u send it to me also paulkim1125@yahoo.com

  • Tylerk Aug 16, 2011

    Could you send me that email as well to me please. My subs will only work if I have just RCA plugged in.

  • elvin Sep 23, 2012

    hey i hooked it up fine i just what to see if you did something i didn't do email me qmoney03@gmail.com

  • elvin Sep 23, 2012

    hey i hooked minds up but i want to see if you did anything different from what i did email me qmoney03@gmail.com thanks

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Use the pre out rca lines not the av lines (these are for connecting audio video not amplifiers

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