Ok, this is my case. I moved from Venezuela to Katy-Texas and before I came I sold almost all my audio and video equipment. I sold my Onkyo TX-SR876, a pair of Polk Audio RTiA3, a pair of Polk Audio RTiA1 and CSiA4 center. Also sold my SVS PB13-Ultra. Of course due to the relocation and the costs involved have not been able to buy my new AVR (which will be an Onkyo TX-NR3007). I could keep and bring with me the following devices: Sony VPL-VW40 (only 32 hours of use), two pairs of Polk Audio RTiA3, a Polk Audio CSiA6, a Velodyne SMS-1, a Emotiva XPA-3 and an Oppo DV-983HD.
Since I can not go without listening to music, today I decided to connect the 983 directly to the XPA-3 and connect to the XPA-3 a couple of RTiA3, the result was better than I expected, the sound is crystal clear and crisp. But I worry that this way this will damage both the RTiA3 or amplifier. Are there any Risk of damage in any of the components involved?
Enrico Castagnetti @ Rythmik Audio
Media Room: Ascend Acoustics Sierra Towers w/ RAAL, Horizon w/ RAAL & Sierra 2s | Rythmik F12SE (x2) | Marantz SR7008 | Parasound Halo P5 | Emotiva XPA-3 & XPA-200 | Oppo 105D | Sony HW40ES |
Desktop: Dynaudio BM5 mkIII | Rythmik L22 | Apogee Quartet | 27" iMac|
Bedroom: B&W 685 S2 | Rythmik LVX12 | Marantz NR1606 | Emotiva XPA-200 Gen 2 | Samsung UN50JU6500 |