Why use a stereo preamp?

Answer A pre-amp is an electronic component used for signal boosting. They are used in guitar amplifiers, recording studios, and in home and car stereo systems. Stereo pre-amps are a more sophisticated ve... Read More »

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What is a stereo preamp?

A preamp is short for a preamplifier. A stereo preamp serves to provide volume control and input switching for your multiple input stereo. It amplifies the signal, allowing it to be further modifie... Read More »

Does a stereo preamp provide line amplification?

Yes, the foremost function of a preamplifier is to provide amplification to a low-level signal to line level. Some of these low-level signals include microphones, pickups, equalizers, transducers a... Read More »

Can I use a tube preamp and a solid state preamp in the same chain?

You can connect a tube preamp and a solid state preamp in the same audio chain. However, you must pay careful attention to the gain levels on each device to avoid feedback.References:Ovni Labs: Pr... Read More »

Does the sony ec909ip stereo last along time and is it a good stereo?

Sony quality and reliability has dropped over the years. Personally, I have never had any sony product that have lasted me over 3 years. When the DVD first came out I purchased a Sony DVD player mo... Read More »