7.1 preamp

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Sun Feb 27 15:38:08 MST 2011


Thanks you very much for your replies. It sounds like I wouldn't benefit at all from the 3600. The 2600 would do all I need. 



On Feb 27, 2011, at 15:22, Jason Jones <poeticintensity at gmail.com> wrote:

>>> It seems like an extra $250 is worth it for the extra watts and the
> premap (especially for a receive that is normally twelve hundred bucks),
> although I'm still having a hard time understanding the preamp exactly.
> 
> (my apologies for top-posting in my previous reply)
> 
> One more thing:  If your current speaker setup isn't going to change with
> the extra wattage provided by your new receiver, you'll get very little
> improvement from it, wattage-wise - unless your speakers are currently being
> under-driven.  Best component in your audio-chain should definitely be your
> speakers.
> 
> --Jason
> 
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