Hello. Hope you all are well. First time posting in the forum's. I have run into a small snag.\n\nI recently purchased a McIntosh ma5300 as an amplifier for my home theatre\/music room. It is To be used as an HT amp when watching movies and as an integrated using its DAC in for music.\n\nHowever I have found that the Mc passthru feature for HT bypass requires a 12V trigger.\n\nSo my issue is. Denon x3800h manual states that it can output a 12V trigger out via an monaural 3.5mm trigger cable, specifically asked not to use stereo.\n\nConversely. The McIntosh specifically requires a Stereo 12V trigger in. I have explored the options of a mono to stereo 3.5mm aux adapter, as well as different Y cables to split a mono signal into stereo RCA and then a separate Y cable that converts stereo RCA back into a stereo 3.5mm\n\nI am hesitant to attempt any of these methods until I can gain a bit of knowledge in case I damage anything and a few hours of googling didn't give me any concrete results.. So my question is\n\nHas anyone successfully found a way to activate the McIntosh passthru feature using the triggers from a mono out trigger into the stereo in trigger of the McIntosh\n\nThank you in advance!