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Please Help. Connecting amp to receiver

Hello Gentlemen,

I'm trying to connect an external (not pre-amp) amplifier to my receiver to power the aurasound bass tranducer & having no success. The AVR is Onkyo TX-NR636 & it has 1 pre-out. The amplifier inputs are RCA cables or 3.5mm.

Have Y cables, RCA to 3.5, both male & female, RCA sub cable (believe it's called RCA coaxial) standard RCA, 3.5 to 3.5, & others.

Could someone please explain how to do this correctly? Was under the assumption we had administrators who helped from time to time which is why I paid for a membership
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The 636 has (2) sub pre-outs, so simply connect one RCA cable from one of them to the sub amp.

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