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NAD Amplifier

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi Stereo Systems & Separates' started by ma6235, Jun 30, 2004.

  1. ma6235

    ma6235
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    Can anyone tell me how to connect the stereo output of my cheapo (Yamada) DVD player to my old (but still sounding good) NAD 3020 amp ?
    A CD player is connected to the AUX socket, and a tuner to the tuner socket. If I connect the DVD to the remaining phono or tape sockets the sound quality is not good and you only have turn the volume control up a small amount to get a large output ! I'm sure this won't do the amp much good. I suspect that when the amp was manufactured DVDs had not been invented and compatability is a problem. Is there any way to overcome this ?

    Thanks for any help.
     
  2. bobbypunk

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    Tape socket shouldn't behave like that and should be ok, don't connect it to the phono input as it is amplified.
    If not and buy an expander to allow 3 items to plug into one input.
     

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