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I'm contemplating purchasing an NAD375BEE for my home theater area, which I also use for a significant amount of two channel listening, mostly with a Pro-Ject Debut Carbon. I'm currently running an Onkyo 809 with Energy RC-70s in a 7.1 channel set up. I'm wondering if anyone knows if I would be able to output the front 2 channels from my Onkyo to use the NAD as a dedicated amp for watching home theater but also use the NAD as an integrated amp (independent of the Onkyo) to plug my turntable in. What I mean by this (excuse my inelloquence), is that I don't want to plug my receiver into the main input on the NAD and have it then defeat the tone adjustments and volume control when I listen to 2 channel sources.

Thanks in advance if anyone can offer some advice
 

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So I went with the Marantz PM8005. It has a direct mode which will bypass all controls on the amp and the volume will be controlled by the Onkyo Receiver. Thanks for your help.
 
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