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Oldenbroke

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I have finally managed to resolve a dilemma.

I have an Onkyo 875 AV amp with Q Acoustics 2010 / 2000 front row and recently

acquired a Rega Brio-r with matching Rega RP3. I was faced with having to listen to vinyl in the

back bedroom through naff speakers until funds allowed, but a bit of Googling

has solved the problem...Beresford TC 7220 2-Way amp / speaker switch.

Ordered saturday evening, posted Monday, arrived Tuesday, plugged in tonight.

It does exactly what is says and I can switch instantly between Onk and Brio (no pre-outs).

The Rega combo sounds excellent even through little 2001's.

The box is well made with solid speaker connections and switching buttons. Anyone having trouble

marrying home cinema with hifi should take a look at it. Its a small box too, so no

problem finding space on the rack.

Happy Christmas to all forum members from a Happy Bunny!! Just need some more lovely vinyl...mmmm!
 

atanakata

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Hiya,

That is what I`ve been lookin for. I`ve been using a 5.1 Home Cinema for some time, but had always felt that my front speakers are more capable , so decided to go for a integrated stereo amp in rder to listen to music . My AVR-1909 doesn`t have pre-outs, so my option is to unplug-plug 2 sets of speaker cables . Now,the unit you`ve mentioned above has been suggested to me by somebody else, but based only on info from the web. On the other hand,you`ve been using it for some time now.

What are your impressions on it ? Does it have any noticable impact on the sound quality ( is it some kind of compromise) ?

Your thoughts could be very helpful to me,indeed. Txs
 

Lost Angeles

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Oldenbroke said:
I have finally managed to resolve a dilemma.

I have an Onkyo 875 AV amp with Q Acoustics 2010 / 2000 front row and recently

acquired a Rega Brio-r with matching Rega RP3. I was faced with having to listen to vinyl in the

back bedroom through naff speakers until funds allowed, but a bit of Googling

has solved the problem...Beresford TC 7220 2-Way amp / speaker switch.

Ordered saturday evening, posted Monday, arrived Tuesday, plugged in tonight.

It does exactly what is says and I can switch instantly between Onk and Brio (no pre-outs).

The Rega combo sounds excellent even through little 2001's.

The box is well made with solid speaker connections and switching buttons. Anyone having trouble

marrying home cinema with hifi should take a look at it. Its a small box too, so no

problem finding space on the rack.

Happy Christmas to all forum members from a Happy Bunny!! Just need some more lovely vinyl...mmmm!

:? I might be missing something here but should you not feed the Brio from the front pre-outs from the Onkyo and no switching box needed. Rega P3 into Brio and not Onkyo. If I'm correct you might be Oldendlessbroke 8) Sorry.
 

Pistol Pete1

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Lost Angeles said:
Oldenbroke said:
I have finally managed to resolve a dilemma.

I have an Onkyo 875 AV amp with Q Acoustics 2010 / 2000 front row and recently

acquired a Rega Brio-r with matching Rega RP3. I was faced with having to listen to vinyl in the

back bedroom through naff speakers until funds allowed, but a bit of Googling

has solved the problem...Beresford TC 7220 2-Way amp / speaker switch.

Ordered saturday evening, posted Monday, arrived Tuesday, plugged in tonight.

It does exactly what is says and I can switch instantly between Onk and Brio (no pre-outs).

The Rega combo sounds excellent even through little 2001's.

The box is well made with solid speaker connections and switching buttons. Anyone having trouble

marrying home cinema with hifi should take a look at it. Its a small box too, so no

problem finding space on the rack.

Happy Christmas to all forum members from a Happy Bunny!! Just need some more lovely vinyl...mmmm!

:? I might be missing something here but should you not feed the Brio from the front pre-outs from the Onkyo and no switching box needed. Rega P3 into Brio and not Onkyo. If I'm correct you might be Oldendlessbroke 8) Sorry.

I think your right, Lost........I've just set my system up like that and the bonus is that it's free too!!!
 

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