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Analog connection to amp

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#1 of 2 editman



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Posted October 16 2012 - 10:33 PM

(I have a blue ray DVD player connected to my Pioneer VSX527 amp via hdmi)There are 2 analog inputs for audio in named" assignable (CD)"- can I connect a audio cassette tape deck to these inputs ?

#2 of 2 schan1269


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Posted October 16 2012 - 10:41 PM

Why it matters about the BD player and HDMI here...??? Anything with red/white output... Your cassette deck... A Victrola CD player Atari VCR Whatever, can be connected to red/white input. Labels are just for reference. In the "old days" AVR used to just have generic "input 1, input 2" or "optical 1 and optical 2"... But one day AVR manufacturers decided to "get smart"(:rolleyes:) and label them for you...

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