Input jack connections (Euroblock)
Please be sure to use the supplied Euroblock connectors.
If you lose them, contact your nearest Yamaha dealer.
● Cable preparation
• To prepare the cable for attachment to a Euroblock con-
nector, strip the wire as shown in the illustration, and use
stranded wire to make connections. With a Euroblock
connection, the stranded wire may be prone to breakage
because of metal fatigue due to the weight of the cable or
due to vibration. When rack-mounting your equipment,
use a lacing bar when possible to bundle and fasten the
• If cables will be frequently connected and disconnected,
as in the case of a portable installation, we recommend
that you use ferrules with insulation sleeves. Use a ferrule
whose conductor portion has an external diameter of 1.6
mm or less, and a length of approximately 7 mm (such as
the AI0, 5-6WH made by the Phoenix Contact corpora-
• If you use stranded wire, do not tin (plate
with solder) the exposed end.
If the wire insertion ports are closed, turn the screws on
top of the connector counterclockwise to open the
Insert the wires into the appropriate ports, following
the indication of the pole on the input terminal, and
turn the screws on top of the connector clockwise to
fasten the wires.
Connect the Euroblock connector to the IPA8200's
IPA8200 Owner's Manual
Use a slotted screwdriver
to ﬁx the wires.
Speaker connections (barrier strip)
If using a spade lug
From below, insert the spade lug all the way, and tighten the
If using a bare conductor
Wrap the conductor around the barrier strip terminal as
shown below, and tighten the screw. Be sure that the bare
wire does not touch the chassis.
* Actual size
• Do not connect the pin marked NC located in the center
of the bottom row of the barrier strip connectors.
• If using BRIDGE mode, connect the speakers to the "+"
pin of channels A/C/E/G and the "–" pin of channels B/