integrating a tube amp???

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  1. Chris Trot

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    I have an Outlaw 1050 and while I am happy with its performance, I wanted to integrate tube amplifier into my setup. Do I need a separate amp, can I get a preamp, I really have no idea what to do. I was thinking about getting the norh SE 9, but as I said I have no idea. I'm looking to spend $500 or less. I also am using Ascend CBM-170's and a Rava sub if that helps. Thanks for any help.
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    I assume you’re interested in the tube for music listening? If so, piece of cake - as long as the Outlaw has pre-amp outputs for the left and right mains. No pre-amop needed if that's the case. Just send the signal from those jacks to the tube amp, them connect the L/R speakers to the amp. You will probably need to re-calibrate all the speaker levels.

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    It does, any suggestions for what amps to get. What about the Antique Sound Labs mono amps, any comments?
     

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