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Old 11-18-2009, 11:36 PM
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Oddly enough, I never used the loudness feature, when my Yamahas have it.
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I have had my eye on a C-70 now to mate with my M-70 (and possibly an M-45 as well) for a while. A question about the PRE OUT INVERT jacks. Still only used for a single amp connection or 2 in mono? Sorry for the cut and paste hack from the OM.



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I have had my eye on a C-70 now to mate with my M-70 (and possibly an M-45 as well) for a while. A question about the PRE OUT INVERT jacks. Still only used for a single amp connection or 2 in mono? Sorry for the cut and paste hack from the OM.

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Either actually. Read the manual and you'll see the inverted out can be used in a single stereo amp configuration to augment bass response, or used to bridge 2 common ground stereo amps into a dual mono config.
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How the hell do you hook up FOUR power amps to a C-70??
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Old 05-22-2010, 12:31 PM
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I love my C-70. But I'm on the hunt for another preamp that has a remote. All I want to do is be able to adjust volume.

Is there some way to set it, open up the volume then bypass it through another preamp that has a volume control?

I think I'm arguing with the laws of nature and physics here.....

Then again, there's always one of those remote controlled motorized belt and pulley systems. Anyone channeling Rube Goldberg these days?
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How the hell do you hook up FOUR power amps to a C-70??
You could use four mono amps if you can deal with the phasing. Although a splitter was likely used.

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I love my C-70. But I'm on the hunt for another preamp that has a remote. All I want to do is be able to adjust volume.

Is there some way to set it, open up the volume then bypass it through another preamp that has a volume control?

I think I'm arguing with the laws of nature and physics here.....

Then again, there's always one of those remote controlled motorized belt and pulley systems. Anyone channeling Rube Goldberg these days?
You can slave to another pre using rec out, but them you're introducing the other pre sonic signature and additional circuitry into the mix.

I recall Yamaha made a volume control that had remote. It was a passive device but I think the only time I've seen mention of one around here was, of course, Mark B buying or looking at one. That also means it was probably pricey.

[edit] I just remembered, MVS-1 is the passive pre.

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I love my C-70. But I'm on the hunt for another preamp that has a remote. All I want to do is be able to adjust volume.

Is there some way to set it, open up the volume then bypass it through another preamp that has a volume control?

I think I'm arguing with the laws of nature and physics here.....

Then again, there's always one of those remote controlled motorized belt and pulley systems. Anyone channeling Rube Goldberg these days?
Though more in a styling queue to the C-65 is the CX-830 if you like remote control for volume and source.

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