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How to connect the 6010a to my stereo reciver

terp, modified 9 Years ago.

How to connect the 6010a to my stereo reciver

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 1/15/13 Recent Posts
Hello

so I have been planning to buy two Genelec 6010a speakers, But I am not sure if they can be connected to my stereo reciver. My stereo reciver is an Onkyo Tx-8555 Here is a link below:
http://www.us.onkyo.com/model.cfm?m=TX- ... ceiver&p=i

I read the Genelec user manual for the 6010as and it said that the speakers could be connected to a PRE OUT connecter on a home theatre reciver. My reciver also has the PRE OUT connector spots but because my reciver is not a home theatre reciver I am not sure if it will work. The PRE OUTS on my reciver might me amplified and the 6010a manual states that the speakers shuold never be connected to anything that amplifies because the speakers have their own amplifiers.

So basically my question is, how can I connect the 6010as to my stereo reciver?
las-vegas, modified 9 Years ago.

Re: How to connect the 6010a to my stereo reciver

Youngling Posts: 23 Join Date: 12/25/11 Recent Posts
Your receiver's Pre Outs will work fine. The Pre outs are not amplified.