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annapl 07-27-2017 07:37 AM

power amp,processor faq
 
i have a onkyo receiver i heard about power amplifier processor etc what is it
how it can be used in home theater
should i connect output from receiver to power amplifier can any one guide me in a detailed way:confused::confused::confused::confused::):)

Hetfieldjames 07-27-2017 07:40 AM

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Originally Posted by annapl (Post 54538348)
i have a onkyo receiver i heard about power amplifier processor etc what is it
how it can be used in home theater
should i connect output from receiver to power amplifier can any one guide me in a detailed way:confused::confused::confused::confused::):)

Do you mean hooking up a multi-channel power amp to your Onkyo receiver?

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annapl 07-27-2017 08:11 AM

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Originally Posted by Hetfieldjames (Post 54538372)
Do you mean hooking up a multi-channel power amp to your Onkyo receiver?

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yes

Hetfieldjames 07-27-2017 08:16 AM

Ok, well if it's a 5 channel or more amp you want to hook up you have to make sure the Onkyo has 5 channel or more pre-outs. That's the first step. If it does, then you need the amp of course and 5 RCA cables. Very simple after that. I am running a powerful Parasound 5 channel amp using my older Yamaha receiver as the controller. Works and sound great.

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rboster 07-27-2017 08:59 AM

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Originally Posted by annapl (Post 54538348)
i have a onkyo receiver i heard about power amplifier processor etc what is it
how it can be used in home theater
should i connect output from receiver to power amplifier can any one guide me in a detailed way:confused::confused::confused::confused::):)

What are you trying to accomplish or problem you are trying to resolve?

Alan P 07-27-2017 10:05 AM


annapl 07-27-2017 10:39 AM

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Originally Posted by Alan P (Post 54539234)

thanks


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