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Old 1st December 2003, 12:20 PM   #1
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Question DRIVING Aleph 5 - quick question??

I currently use a Ben Duncan passive preamp.....which is really good with the VTL's I currently use. Will this set up be ok for driving an Aleph 5............what is the input sensitivity?
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Sould work perfectly fine.

Gain depends on the source. The gain of an Aleph 5 is 20X which is 26 dB. You do the calculation.

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Thanks for the reply................I'm quite excited at the prospect of strating.............
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