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Technics SE-9021 Stereo Power Amp

Discussion in 'AV Receivers' started by BraveHeart123, Dec 17, 2011.

  1. BraveHeart123

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    I have a vintage seperates Technics cassette deck. It's biting dust in the store. I want to take the amp (Technics SE-9021 60 wpc @8 ohms)out of the rig and use it as external amp to power my mains (Klipsch RF-82 II) in 5.1 HT setup. The amp is in perfect working condition and original shape. I was thinking of buying external amp, but thought why not give this a shot. Coz if it works, it will save me a lot of money. Any thoughts on whether it would work???
     
  2. John Brill

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    The Technics SE-9021 is already an "external amp". No need to take it apart. Simply feed the Left and Right channels using the analog outs of your Audio/Video Reciever (AVR) into the Left and Right inputs of the Technics SE9021.
     
  3. BraveHeart123

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    Do you think 60 wpc on Technics amp will be enough to power RF-82 II (150 Watts)?? I guess these old amps are rated with true power coz it was paired with Technics 3 way 150 watts rms speakers, which would literally rock the gutts inside with excellent bass.
     
  4. John Brill

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    Yes.
     

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