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I own a 1979 Kenwood Super Eleven Receiver.
On the back, in the middle, it has a set of 4 RCA jacks labeled "Adapter" (2 in, 2 out, 2 right, 2 left), controlled by a single "Adapter On / Off" button on the front face of the receiver.

I know I can use this as an extra Tape Loop, or to plug in an EQ, or other Line-Level components, etc.

I would like to plug in an external amplifier through these "Adapter" jacks (as one might use "pre-out" jacks).

The only question is:
If I plug an external amplifier into the "Adapter" jacks... will that be "PRE-Volume" or "POST-Volume"?
In other words... will I practically be able to plug in an external amplifier in the "Adapter" jacks on the back on my Kenwood Super Eleven Receiver?

Thanks!

John

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