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M-audio bx8a connect to denon receiver

Hi, i'm wondering if it's ok to connect the BX8A to Denon receiver (not preamp) since the speakers are already have amp in it. i want to use it as my front speakers for the surround sound but dont' want to use the preamp since the surround and center speakers will connect to the receiver. Thanks for the help. i'm very appreciate any help.

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