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Sorry, it doesnt look like you can hook up an external EQ while still using the amplifier section of the yamaha. Instead, You would have to use the preamp out to go to 901 EQ, out of the EQ into another stereo amplifier, then to the 901 speakers. Personally, to power the 901's properly, I'd use another external amplifier. You will barley get 35 watts per channel out of the receiver to power the 901's

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SOURCE: Yamaha HTR-6090: fire hazard?

I would check your Outlets to make sure you have Clean Power and are Properly Grounded. That's usually an Electrical Problem, Not the Equipment. Although Sometimes you get Bad Apple!

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SOURCE: How to connect bose 901

Short answer from personal experience.

There is no way around this part. Get a separate power amp for the 901's if you want to use them in a multichannel way or alongside non-901 speakers.

Connect the Active EQ between the pre-outs and the amp input.
http://products.bose.com/pdf/customer_service/owners/og_901.pdf


Run speaker assignment, levels, etc and have fun.

Helpful Hint: If you don't have sufficient between-speaker room for proper reflection off the front wall you CAN turn the 901's around and you won't believe the amount of air these things push! I have actually felt it ten feet away after explosions or crashing ocean wave sounds. Now THAT is multi-media.

Posted on Sep 05, 2011

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