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Question Rx-v2067 Pre out

I am using my old receiver yamaha rx-v2067 and i have trying figure out how to use external amp to the fronts and connect sub woofer.
The problem is that pre out front speaker and subwoofer are charing the pre out RCA connections.
So when using the Pre out front to an external amplifier i cannot figure out where to connect the subwoofer. Attached is an image of receiver connections
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The preouts labeled front are what you use. The subwoofer output is 3 rows to the right.
The subwoofer has dual outs labeled front/rear or 1/2.
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I am using my old receiver yamaha rx-v2067 and i have trying figure out how to use external amp to the fronts and connect sub woofer.
The problem is that pre out front speaker and subwoofer are charing the pre out RCA connections.
So when using the Pre out front to an external amplifier i cannot figure out where to connect the subwoofer. Attached is an image of receiver connections
If you have a 2067 why is the picture showing model 2020? Looks like the 2067 only has a sub woofer pre-out, no pre-outs for the main channels so no external amp for the 2067....
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The preouts labeled front are what you use. The subwoofer output is 3 rows to the right.
The subwoofer has dual outs labeled front/rear or 1/2.
Thanks now i feel extremely stupid.
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Thanks now i feel extremely stupid.
Hey the labeling is small and misleading. Cheer up. That is a fine stereo. I did notice
the difference in models but assumed it was correct. V2067 is like the a2020.
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If you have a 2067 why is the picture showing model 2020? Looks like the 2067 only has a sub woofer pre-out, no pre-outs for the main channels so no external amp for the 2067....
I didn't notice I was looking at a HTR2067 vs a V2067....V2067 indeed has 7.2 preouts.....why on earth would a company duplicate its model numbers in the same line of products?
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i have connected the sub to my stereo amplifier now and that works well.
I use the front pre out on the receiver to run my front speakers when watching movies
when i tried to connect the sub to the rx-v2067. The sound volume was really low when using the YPAO.
I did sett all speakers to small and extra bas but is sound is still really low. i did google this issue and it seem to be a common problem with yamaha receivers.
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Curious, what sub and how does it connect to your external amp? What is the amp?
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The sub is velodyne spl 1000 ultra
and the amp is mcintosh ma6900
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i have connected the sub to my stereo amplifier now and that works well.
I use the front pre out on the receiver to run my front speakers when watching movies
when i tried to connect the sub to the rx-v2067. The sound volume was really low when using the YPAO.
I did sett all speakers to small and extra bas but is sound is still really low. i did google this issue and it seem to be a common problem with yamaha receivers.
You probably need to adjust the subwoofer amp gain. What speaker level does ypao set your sub to?
You want it to end up slightly below zero and then turn it up some. This is common on most brands.
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When i did run the YPAO it was -9.6 or there about. i did adjust manually all the way to +10 an it was still low.
My sub gain is set to 50% gain. This level work perfectly together with my stereo amp.
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The sub is velodyne spl 1000 ultra
and the amp is mcintosh ma6900
Turn off extra bass. That makes the fronts full band like large. That 1000 watt 10"
subwoofer should put out plenty of bass. Something is wrong. Your amp is an
integrated stereo amp? If so that complicates things. And your subwoofer comes
with it's own mic and eq software? Oh man. Could be a lot of things to point blame at.
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Turn off extra bass. That makes the fronts full band like large. That 1000 watt 10"
subwoofer should put out plenty of bass. Something is wrong. Your amp is an
integrated stereo amp? If so that complicates things. And your subwoofer comes
with it's own mic and eq software? Oh man. Could be a lot of things to point blame at.
Yea on top of that i also have an DSpeaker 8033s II.
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