TA-N9000ES Does any one have this analog pre amp?

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  1. Mark Norman

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    If anyone uses this unit for analog 6 channel switching pease give your impressions.

    Thanks

    Mark
     
  2. Phil Rose

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    Don't you mean TA-P9000ES??? If so, I've seen many posts that state that it is an excellent piece.
     
  3. Greg Johnson

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    I am curious about this as well. I did search for info on this but didn't find what I was looking for. Probably because of the server crash. I have both a SACD and a DVD-A player and am currently using the two Radio Shack switches to change inputs to my ICBM. The ICBM output then goes to the 5.1 input on my Denon AVR3300 which I am using as my pre/pro. I have a ATI 1505 that I am using for my amplifier. I am not sure how to use the Sony as a switch. Would I hook it up like this?

    -----------------------TA-P9000ES

    SACD 5.1 out------>[ INPUT 1 ]

    DVD-A 5.1 out----->[ INPUT 2 ]

    DENON 5.1 preout>[ 5.1 BYPASS ]

    ----------------------[ 5.1 OUT ]--->ICBM---->AMP--->SPKRS

    Thanks in advance

    Greg Johnson
     
  4. PomingF

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    Greg & Mark, read my response to Mark's post in the 'audio/video source' section. Greg, after reading your schematic I think it will work but then the switch box I mentioned at the end of my post should work for you as well presuming the Denon will allow you to adjust gain from it's 5.1 inputs.

    PF
     
  5. Mark Norman

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    Phil-Yes I did mean the TA-P9000ES, Sorry about the mix-up
     

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