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Help! w/Wireless Headphones w/RCA inputs

Old 12-08-02, 04:34 AM
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Help! w/Wireless Headphones w/RCA inputs

I'm having difficulty figuring out how to hook up my 900mhz wireless headphones via the RCA inputs on the charging unit. I have a brand new Onkyo TX-SR600 with every conceivable connection available except pre-amp outputs. I don't want to use the headphone jack on the front converted to RCA's for aesthetic reasons and I'm not sure if I can convert the "B" speaker terminals to RCA outputs, not to mention the possibility of blowing the wireless charging unit with the amplified signals. I've been told by friends that a car stereo adjustable output adaptor used for connecting a stock head unit to an aftermarket amplifier could do the trick.

Any suggestions?
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Old 12-08-02, 09:34 PM
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Don't you have like a record out for vcr or mini disc?
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Old 12-09-02, 03:06 AM
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Yes, but I am using the Video 1 outputs to record on the VCR. I suppose I could split the signal with a Y adaptor but I think splitting the signal causes signal degradation and the VCR needs as clean of a signal as it can get to make a decent recording. However, I think this may be my only solution.

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