Question about NAD C320 2-Channel Amplifier
The sound is coming from way back and choked when I connect my laptop via AUX cable to my NAD C 320BEE. I open the sound to full on amp and full on laptop and I can hardly hear it play. When I connect to main in via the same cable the amp acts as a monitor and plays back which makes me sure the cable is working. Is it a problem with my laptop's sound system or a problem on the amp where I input the AUX cable? Laptop's sound system is SoundMax HDAudio.
I would check on the Soundmax software set-up on the PC and make sure that the AUX is set for a line-out connect.
Also,make sure the tape monitor isnt on ..On the amp
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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You DO realize the preamp is duplicating stuff in the Nad C372, right? This Preamps adds nothing but PHONO connectivity and control. That's why they're called "preamps".
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Use the Sub Out pair on the Preamp (joined by an RCA Y-cable) for the Sub Input on the sub (duh):
Run RCA from the Preamp Main Out to the C372 Aux In to hear any sources attached to the preamp.
Or, if you don't NEED the preamp because you don't have a turntable,ditch the preamp and connect the sub using the speaker outputs on the NADS, according to the manual.
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