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Mitsubishi Pre Amp M-P04

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Best Answer gene c , February 22 2014 - 07:48 PM

They're for plugging in things like cd and dvd players. The Switched connections are turned on and off with the receiver and the Un-switched connection is active all the time (like a wall outlet). Pay attention to the 300W Max warning. Don't plug a plasma display into any of them.

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#1 of 3 OFFLINE   Rick Shepherd

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Posted February 22 2014 - 03:35 PM

I have a Mitsubishi Pre Amp M-P04 and a Mitsubishi Power Amp M-A04.
On the back of the Pre Amp are two connections labelled Switched / Power Amp / Total 300W Max and another labelled Unswitched / 300W Max.

What are these connections for?

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Posted February 22 2014 - 07:48 PM   Best Answer

They're for plugging in things like cd and dvd players. The Switched connections are turned on and off with the receiver and the Un-switched connection is active all the time (like a wall outlet). Pay attention to the 300W Max warning. Don't plug a plasma display into any of them.


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Posted February 22 2014 - 08:02 PM

Thanks Gene,

 

We don't power connectors like this in New Zealand, so I'll just let it be.







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