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Old 25th September 2002, 11:16 PM   #1
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Default Foreplay pre with Solid State amp? Really?!

Hello everyone,

I have to confess I am the most neophytic of neophytes, I hope you can still help me...

I have found a thread of about 6 months ago by perhellion on the Foreplay pre-amp. I am confused about one of it's replies:

I am thinking of getting a Foreplay, can I really REALLY use the power amp section of my solid state with it? My Solid state is an audiolab 8000S (60W/ch) and allows me to separate pre and power sections so I can use one of them at a time.

While I am on the subject, for a complete beginner like me, would it make more sense to use my solid state as a pre and build a poweramp or vice versa (use solid state as power and buy, say, a Foreplay) ?


Thanks alot for all your help,
Ciao,
cgguido
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Old 26th September 2002, 07:45 AM   #2
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Yes you can. I use the same amp with my variation of the foreplay. Sounds great give it a go.
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