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Old 27th July 2004, 10:17 PM   #11
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Yes, absolutely fine. All's well that ends well. Happy listening!

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Dumb Question: between what points do you measure DC offset from?
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Who's not been doing their homework then?

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Who's not been doing their homework then?

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Old 30th July 2004, 08:27 PM   #15
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My GC continuous playing wonderful music, this is an amazing amp!!I would liked to know guys if I can connect my GC to a pre-amp.
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My GC continuous playing wonderful music, this is an amazing amp!!I would liked to know guys if I can connect my GC to a pre-amp.
Yes, you can. And it may sound even better!
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Yes, you can. And it may sound even better!

Thanks Nuuk for your response, but let me tell you my GC has volume pot, it does not matter? How I"m going to control the amp : with pre-amp volume or amp volume. I hope this set-up does not explote my GC. Thanks again Nuuk.
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Thanks Nuuk for your response, but let me tell you my GC has volume pot, it does not matter? How I"m going to control the amp : with pre-amp volume or amp volume. I hope this set-up does not explote my GC. Thanks again Nuuk.

If you find that the preamp works better with your GC that just an amp volume, you might permanently disconnect the pot in the amp, making it the power amp only (and not integrated).

You might also experiment which pot works better: when you have the volume set at max position, the effect of the pot is reduced. Try to use only preamp volume first and then try the amps volume only. Compare which sounds better.
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If you find that the preamp works better with your GC that just an amp volume, you might permanently disconnect the pot in the amp, making it the power amp only (and not integrated).

You might also experiment which pot works better: when you have the volume set at max position, the effect of the pot is reduced. Try to use only preamp volume first and then try the amps volume only. Compare which sounds better.

Thanks Peter, I'm going to do that. The GC by itself works fantantic I just want to use my pre to benefit from my subwofer,
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Before you remove the pot from your GC, can you let us see your circuit? You may need to add a resistor from input to ground in place of the pot.
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