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I believe my problem is that if you look at the manual on page 15 it shows an additional 2 channel amp can be connected through the unbalanced outputs at the bottom of the MX132, also shows a line going from the additional amp to the power control port B of the MX132. I do not have such a port on the pair of MC2100 amps. I also see that it shows a WK-4 keypad that connects to the zone B connector of the MX132. I believe that I cant connect to zone B because I lack either the power control line on the MC2100's or the Keypad. I wonder if I purchased a 25pin shielded connector to RCA jack I could simply connect the MC2100's into zone A? anybody that could shed light on this I would appreciate!
Thanks in advance, Bob.
mx132 also but i use it as a pre amp tuner for my 2 chanell system. only reason i bought it is because it matches my mc602 power amp and it's the least expensive unit out there. anybody out there know why it does'nt keep it's value???
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I have a pair of MC2100 amplifiers. I recently purchased a MX132. I am having trouble connecting my amps to the Zone B out put. I can connect them to the fixed out puts but than I cant use the volume control.Can you using the gain knob on MC2100 to control volume?
Or simply connect a volume control device on MC2100 inputs.
MCM IR remote volume control