Hi vinylguy4,For my 5.1 system in the front room, I use 2 Marantz 4400. One in stereo mode for the center and unpowered subwoofer. The other for the 4 corner speakers. Still need that 4 channel tape loop for the SQ,QS, Pop and click processor, tapes, etc.
For the record room, I use a Sansui QRX-6001. No center or sub, 4.0 quad only here.
Use the first quad receiver just as normal for all things quad. You need to have everything digital decoded in the DVD/Blu-ray player and send the player's analog to the receiver, with the center and subwoofer output sent to the second quad receiver(just need a stereo receiver). Sorry, cannot draw a picture of my actual setup, was very complicated.Hi vinylguy4,
I know this was a rather old post of yours, but I'm new to perusing around here and wondered how you use 2 Marantz 4400s connected to your source (dvd?, bluray?) that you wouldn't mind explaining in layman's terms along with any photos you may have? Please feel free to PM me if you feel this thread is too old to comment here.
Thanks in advance,
late to the dance for sure - almost 10 years.. I am buying a QRX 6001 and have a Pioner QX9900 - how do you "feed" the Pioneer? Audio our of the Sansui to audio in on the Pioneer? never thought of that - interesting..Sansui QRX 6001 and Pioneer QX646.
I use the decoder section of the Sansui to feed the Pioneer.
Unfortunately, the tape out on the 6001 does not send decoded output. I needed to use the headphone output to get the decoded signal.late to the dance for sure - almost 10 years.. I am buying a QRX 6001 and have a Pioner QX9900 - how do you "feed" the Pioneer? Audio our of the Sansui to audio in on the Pioneer? never thought of that - interesting..
Those amps look cool with the four meters right in the middle.Hi folks! I'm from Poland. I'd like to show you two Polish machines (a receiver and an integrated power amplifier). One of them is receiver Cezar and the other - amplifier Diora PA-4501 SQ. I'm mentioning these ones because I had a chance to hear the sound from the first one (which is amazing) and the second one is very rare, even in Poland (never seen it live). I just want to say that there are some machines made in Europe which are great and not known in the west (pictures found in the Internet)