Question about Kenwood Audio Players & Recorders
You don't say, what role the Kenwood is supposed to play but I'll assume you want to slave the Kenwood (and its speakers) to the Pioneer.
The VSX-D608 doesn't have multi-channel pre-outs so you wouldn't have local control of the volume at the Pioneer.
The KA could be a subwoofer amp as the Pioneer has a pre-out for that.
Outs to Ins. "Power In" on the KA would be for an external volume-controlled source. Otherwise, use one of its non-Phono inputs.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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