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You could connect the audio outputs (L and R rca connectors on back panel) of the Denon to audio inputs on the back of the Yamaha. Keep the speakers always connected to the Yamaha rcvr. When you want
Yes, perhaps hooking backup the Denon may help you determine the problem. If sound is good it points to the new rcvr as the problem area. But speaker wires must be totally switched over. You must not
Don't know that preamp but it may not have sufficient output to drive the eq. To prove the preamp is working correctly temporarily remove the eq and connect the preamp outs to the rcvr. Then let me
There are many dual mic systems if you follow this link: https://www.google.com/search?q=rechargeable+dual+channel+VHF+headset+microphone+receiver But, I am not clear on the headphones functionality
Are you using windows 10, in 64 bit mode? I think that is necessary for the compatibility. Seems x86 does not work out. Why don't you consult with a local music store such as Sam Ash. They work