So, I've set-up a system using vertical bi-amping, with the TP directly feeding a pair of power-amps using the unbalanced feeds.
Right now, I've just made up some basic 'Y'-leads as vertical bi-amping means both channels of each amp get the left or right channel from the source.
But I feel that this isn't so good due to impedance mismatches.
Is there a better way of splitting the signals without needing a pre-amp?
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Thread: Splitting unbalanced TP outputs
2009-07-10, 13:26 #1
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Splitting unbalanced TP outputs
2009-07-10, 13:50 #2iPhone
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2009-07-10, 15:39 #3
2009-07-10, 22:57 #4
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It's not a problem. Linn (for example) just daisy chain the outputs on their pre-amps and power amps for multi/active amping... works fine.You want to see the signal path BEFORE it gets onto a CD/vinyl...it ain't what you'd call minimal...
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