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Old 4th October 2012, 01:32 PM   #1
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Default Headphone Passthrough Techniques

As I continue to give birth to my OTL headphone amp I am thinking of pass-through. I'd like to connect my Quad 64 CD Player to the amp, but also allow it to stay connected to my other Quad gear. (wife friendly approach)

What is the preferred/recommended way to achieve a correct pass-through, other than simply add a second set of RCA sockets in parallel with the input?

I don't want to insert the headphone amp in the preamp stage of the main hifi as to avoid coloring the sound to the headphone amp. i.e. The signal path will be CD-->OTL-->HD650s
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