Post by knucklehead on Nov 27, 2017 16:31:22 GMT -5
The easiest way is to use a pair of rca 'y' cables. If you have lots of room on the back of the DC1 you could use a pair of adapters. I've found them to be more in the way than useful with most of the AVR's and processors I've had over the years.
Two Channel: Yamaha A-S1000 Int. Amp - L/R Salk SongTowers - Home Built Linux HTPC - Emotiva XDA-2 DAC
Multi-Channel: Yamaha RX-A2070 Selah Audio Custom Center Speaker ERD-1 Surrounds - HTPC (Linux) - Oppo BDP-103 - Amazon Fire TV
Bedroom 2 channel - Yamaha TSR-7810 - Salk Surround One's - DIY 12" sealed sub - Yamaha DVD-1700 Twas a woman who drove me to drink. I never had the decency to write and thank her.
Stereo is summed to mono below about 80hz. Set crossover below that and use a single cable to the left input. Unless you are in a HUGE space, you can't tell direction, anyway, at the lowest frequencies.
Darn thing doesn't have Speaker level inputs!
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