HELP 2 AMPS 1 PAIR SPEAKERS

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Hello Everybody,

I want to connect an integrated amp (Yamaha A-S500) and a AV Receiver (Onkyo 595) to the same front speakers.

I know there are several options, but for various reasons i think switches could be the best choice for me.

I have three in mind:

http://www.russound.com/product_detail.php?i=1768

http://www.nilesaudio.com/product.ph...rdcdID=FG00003

http://www.speakercraft.com/products...category_id=18

Now the questions:

My favorite would be the SpeakerCraft. Agree?

Such connections seem to me strange. Are compatible with the audio cables we use in europe?

Losses ... I know that they exist. Are significant?

All of them are only available in the U.S. market. where can i find those products in europe?

And finnaly, do you think there are better alternatives than these for what I want?

Thanks
 
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Anonymous

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Thank you.

This did not know. I will search.

It would be a good opportunity and a loss of sound acceptable?

Greetings
 
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Anonymous

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Well,

I think that´s the one. Good reviews...and it seems good.

Thanks again.
 
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Anonymous

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Hello again Andrew,
Sorry for the insistence. You think it's possible to connect these two amplifiers to one subwoofer (Monitor Audio ASW-100)?

Can I use a Y adapter for subwoofer?

I have to use links Beresford? How?

Or otherwise?

Thanks
 

Andrew Everard

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No, those speaker switches are designed for stereo speakers at amplifier level, not the preamp output required for a subwoofer. You could use a Y-adapter, but to you may run into grounding/hum problems; better would be a line-level switcher.
 
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Anonymous

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Hello Andrew,
I tested the Y-adapter for subwoofer and it works perfectly.
As for the switch Beresford, I'm waiting to arrive by mail. As soon as I take the test, i´ll leave feedback here.
Thanks
 
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Anonymous

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Hello Andrew,

Beresford finally arrived and is already working. Excellent product. It was exactly what I needed.
Without noticeable loss of quality and very practical.
Thanks for the suggestion.
 

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