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CUT WIRES INTO MY AMP !!!

Hi everybody ! I've bought this amp out of order. Into, i can see cut wires but don't know where i can replug them... Can somebody help me ? Many thanks !!

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  • GODET David Apr 11, 2007

    Thanks but that doesn't give me electric schema !! A single photo of inside electronic parts will be very good...

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Here is the link to the user manual http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-documents.pl?mdl=XM754HX&LOC=3 All the connections and installation wiring are well documented in english and french. Hope this helps - please ask again if you have any problem :)

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