Originally Posted by UNICRON-WMD
Just a quick idea. If your reciever has front preouts, buy a used 2 channel amp for about $200 or so and just run the EQ in-between the amp and the receiver. This way you can also run full 5.1-7.1 digital surround and use your analog EQ.
Also, if I remember correctly, the 901s are rated at 400+ watts, so it doesn't hurt to add more power. lol
I just bought Bose 901 series IV speakers with Equalizer
My existing system: Yamaha RX-V1800 (with 7.2 speakers heavily already-loaded), got 8 pre-outs jacks and zone2/zone3 allow to connect to another external amplifier.
I also got a Pioneer 120w / channel av receiver but NO pre amp features (Main-In and Pre-Out) which is spare, unused trown around in my garage.
Can i use this spare Pioneer receiver as a 2nd amp to connect the Bose 901 speakers, and how to cabling / connecting the EQ between the Yamaha and the Pioneer, and also how to cabling / connecting 2 receivers Yamaha vs Pioneer ?
Thank UNICRON-WMD and whoever concerns