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    Default Connecting receiver to amplifier HELP

    I have a Pioneer 1120 receiver with pre outs for every speaker. The preouts are all marked + or -. My Adcom 7500 has inputs for every speaker but there is only one input for each speaker and the inputs are white. The Adcom manual doesn't mention this type of connection. Can someone tell me how these connections should be made and please don't tell me it can't be done.
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    Sorry I started another thread before I realized there was an open thread where I should have posted this question.
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    The pre-outs on the back of the 1120 are labeled one for each speaker, you should only need 5 interconnect cables. They're labeled left and right not + or -.
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    Oliver J. Dumbass question. I figured out where I made an incorrect assumption.
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    Guessing you were looking at the speaker outs not the pre-outs huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DON73 View Post
    Oliver J. Dumbass question. I figured out where I made an incorrect assumption.
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    I don't know what I was thinking. Old folks are supposed to be forgetful and it's my duty prove it.

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