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Can I (safely) connect my Beoplay M5 to a preamp?

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daneshpastry
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daneshpastry posted on Tue, Apr 18 2017 4:40 PM

I currently have a Beoplay M5, and a NAD 326 integrated amplifier. I'd like to connect the M5 to the amplifier using the "pre out". Will I damage the speaker if I do this?

The reason I want to do this is so I can have more devices connected to the speaker, and I'd like to use the equalization controls on the amplifier to reduce the M5's bass.

Thanks in advance!

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Answered (Verified) tph replied on Wed, Apr 19 2017 6:10 PM
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The pre-out jacks at the back are line-level and volume-controlled, so they should work just fine for connecting to the line-in of the M5.

As they are volume-controlled, just keep in mind that you have two places to control volume: both the M5 and the NAD.

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ps - here is a pic of the back of my amplifier. Any help would be appreciated!

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Answered (Verified) tph replied on Wed, Apr 19 2017 6:10 PM
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The pre-out jacks at the back are line-level and volume-controlled, so they should work just fine for connecting to the line-in of the M5.

As they are volume-controlled, just keep in mind that you have two places to control volume: both the M5 and the NAD.

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Thank you so much!

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