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Question on Harman Kardon AVR 230


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#1 of 3 kvining

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Posted August 17 2010 - 09:21 AM

Hi, new to the forum, hoping I can get a question answered.  I have picked up a nice used HK AVR 230 6.1.  On the back, I have a section of outputs called "pre amp" outputs, with one set of outputs for each surround channel.  I am a little confused by the name - does it mean this is a signal that can be sent to a seperate pre-amp, or is it a pre-amplified signal that can be sent direct to a power amplifier, with the volume controlled by the HK ?  
 

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#2 of 3 gene c

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Posted August 17 2010 - 03:11 PM

It's a low-level (not amplified) signal sent to an amplifier. Much like any audio signal between, say, a cd player and a receiver using audio cables. When connected to an amplifier the H/K will control the volume.


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Posted August 18 2010 - 08:47 AM

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