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post #1 of 2 Old 01-01-2007, 05:46 PM - Thread Starter
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Im putting together at least 2 side by side new systems, one stereo for predominantly phono and one HT. Theyll almost certainly have seperate premaps, and obviously diff amps. Big thing is, im looking at getting some really nice main front speakers, maybe some paradigms ref studio 100`s and id like to use them for both systems. I really dont want to compromise sound quality, espeically for the stereo side, and am wondering if theres any easy way to switch the front speakers from one system to another. Remember these 2 systems will be right on top of each other, so distance isnt an issue. Im trying to avoid having to manually unhook the speakers from one amp and reconnect to the other, cause ill prob have to switch REAL often. THD on the stereo/phono amp is a mere .002 Technics SE-A5 MKII

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Get a stereo preamp with a "home theater bypass." This make such integration easy and without compromise.

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