Connecting stereo pre-amp to AVR pre-out

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you wouldnt be the first moderator to attack me and have the website admins come in and correct the situation.
the last moderator that attacked me got their moderator privileges banned as well as their screen name removed from the system.


the day you can tell me i have posted a vast amount of false information, that is the day you would hold a case against my civil rights.
i follow the rules within the 'violations' section of the forum 98% of the time.

you broke them for disrupting the flow of the forum discussion, being harmful/abusive, and trolling.. and then again for threatening, embarassing, insulting, being abusive.

i dont see how any moderator can continue to keep their privileges when they are breaking the rules too.
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You go right ahead and do that, let me know how it turns out but in the meantime I would suggest you leave this thread as you don't appear to be helping the OP out in any way, shape form or fashion.
 

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a receiver doesnt have to have an amp.
LOOK at all the things that can be connected to it.. thus making it a receiver.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AV_receiver

http://www.google.com/search?source=ig&hl=en&rlz=&q=Definition+of+A%2FV+Receiver&oq=Definition+of+A%2FV+Receiver&aq=f&aqi=g-v1&aql=&gs_sm=e&gs_upl=53l3067l0l3163l14l12l0l0l0l0l295l2121l1.9.2l12#hl=en&q=v+receiver&tbs=dfn:1&tbo=u&sa=X&ei=BNE1TunvL8rTgQeO2ayHDw&ved=0CBUQkQ4&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&fp=7f4dbfa3cab1b5db&biw=1920&bih=950

The term receiver originally referred to a component which included a tuner, a pre-amplifier and a power amplifier.
Audio & Video receiver. A box that captures and decodes audio/video signals and delivers the amplified audio signals to the speakers.

 

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this is the absolute best information for the original poster that you tried to argue with by saying the information is worthless.

i'll be sure to include this act of hate/insanity in my report.
 

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That's worthless info, I know this because of what I do for a living but if you think it will help your case then go right ahead.
 

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what a perfect example of toxic poison.
i have reported your actions to 'bestofmedia'
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i am wondering if i should share the information with more people of power.

i am certain both of you have mental/emotional health problems.
 

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And this of help to the OP how exactly?
 

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speak for yourself, as it is ILLEGAL to speak for other people.
i am certain both of you have mental/emotional health problems.
Hypocrisy?
 
Just saw this and I think you guys don't get the point. You connect the AVR front preouts to the ML preamp which then connects to the front amps. The amps in the AVR power the surrounds and center. You do this so you can go directly into the Levinson pre for better stereo music quality and not have to disconnect anything. You do need to leave the Levinson pre at a fixed volume when you use the AVR so all channels maintain balance.
A "receiver" in audio is defined as a single box that contains a preamp, amp, and radio. Leave out the radio and it is an "integrated amp".
 

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And if it doesn't have a pre amp or an amp then the same thing could be referred to as a tuner.
 
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