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Getting some sound [Harmon Kardon amp]

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  • Getting some sound [Harmon Kardon amp]

    Hi guys,
    I've just recently invested in the awesome TD12 and i want to amp the through my hi-fi system.
    Im a complete idiot when it comes to music tech, so i have no idea what im doing and dont want to damage my expensive system!

    Ive a got a Harmon Kardon amp & cd player.

    HK 970
    http://www.harmankardon.com/product_...70/230&sType=C

    HD 970
    http://www.harmankardon.com/product_...70/230&sType=C

    and two 'Monitor audio' speakers

    Silver RS6
    http://www.monitoraudio.co.uk/produc...ge=2&product=4

    The amps got the standard inputs aux, cd, tuner, etc...

    any advice you can give me on setting this up?

    I know im being a bit vague here but i dont know what you need to know to help me out...

  • #2
    Plug 2 of these into the ports labeled 'Master Out R L (mono)' then connect an RCA patch cord
    Jack

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    • #3
      that sounds great.
      Cant wait to try it out!
      Thanks

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      • #4
        Davee,

        Just be careful. Hi-fi systems were really not made to carry the bottom end that edrums can pump out. Just as you can blow a guitar amp with edrums, I would imagine you could blow your speakers and/or amp with them. I'm not sure I would try it. Personally I think you would be safer using a keyboard amp, or other drum monitor system designed for the purpose. Just my $.02

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        • #5
          Ok,
          Thanks guys, i think im going to skip on the semi-dodgy-potencially-disasterous hook up...for now...

          In the mean time im going to invest in a solid keyboard amp, a freinds reccomended one for me and im gunna give it a go.

          Thanks again for your advice.

          Dave.

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