Step 1 - Select Variable Volume output
Setup Menu > Audio Processing > Output Volume > Variable
Selecting Variable enables volume control of the analogue line outputs.
Use the VOL +/- buttons on the remote to increase/decrease the analogue audio output level (the maximum is 100 - we suggest decreasing to 0 at the start of your installation).
IMPORTANT: It is important to select variable volume before connecting your player directly to a power amplifier since the high output level may cause damage to the amplifier and speakers.
Step 2 - Connecting your player to your power amplifier
Option A - Stereo setup
Connect the STEREO AUDIO OUT outputs to your stereo power amplifier's RIGHT INPUT and LEFT INPUT using a pair of RCA or 3 pin XLR interconnects.
Option B - Multichannel setup
Connect the FL output to your multichannel power amplifier's FRONT LEFT INPUT.
Connect the FR output to your multichannel power amplifier's FRONT RIGHT INPUT.
Connect the SR output to your multichannel power amplifier's SURROUND RIGHT INPUT.
Connect the SL output to your multichannel power amplifier's SURROUND LEFT INPUT.
Connect the C output to your multichannel power amplifier's CENTER INPUT.
Connect the SW output to your active subwoofer's LFE INPUT
Step 3 - Connect your speakers to your power amplifier
Connect your speakers to your chosen stereo or multi-channel amplifier, sit back and enjoy.
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