Preamp output to all channels

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Allen Longcor, Nov 20, 2001.

  1. Allen Longcor

    Allen Longcor Supporting Actor

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    Does this mean that you could provide more power to every channel of you receiver? I'm not familiar with a lot of stuff so excuse my ignorance of features and terms. If so how exactly would you do this (links to products would help a lot) and if not how important would it be to have this feature?
     
  2. Matthew Anderson

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    Allen,

    This basically means that you can hook up an external amplifier to the receiver which would then be used as a preamp. You would no longer be using the amps inside your receiver. I am doing this and the results are great. The sound is improved with more detail. I don't have any links but you can check out the various web sites of receiver makers and look at the features.
     
  3. Kevin. W

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    Allen,

    Basically depending on the number of pre-outs on your receiver you have you can power the LCR,SR,SL,SW. My Denon 1801 had preouts for LCR and SUB so I hooked up a Rotel RMB 1066 to power the LCR. The difference was like night and day(clarity, depth, etc). It is also a good step if you plan on moving to seperates in the future.

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