Question about Audio & Video Receivers
I have a C1 Carver preamp and am having problems hooking up my Toshiba DVD player and my my Toshiba VHS machines.
Yes, you can connect your NAD as a preamp to the Carver power Amp.
Connect the NAD's pre-out to the input of the Carver Power Amp. You can then connect the Klipsch speaker to the Carver. Set the gain control on the NAD.
Now you should be able to control all the input and the main volume control from the NAD.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
Clarification: The M1 is the amplifier, and the C1 is the preamp, just so we're both straight on that. Regardless, on older equipment like this, thorough cleaning of all pots and switches with a high-quality cleaner such as Caig DeOxit is the first step to solve any intermittent probem.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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