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Can an amp run 2 devices?

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Im planning on getting some Klipsch bookshelf speakers and a turntable (cuz vinyl for life) and I was thinking: "I want to use my speakers for my computer and turntable, can I connect them to the same amp?" Can I?

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I guess you can... i am no expert.... some will reply ......


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depends on the amp . you could use a switcher like the Schiit SYS


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Any decent amplifier will have multiple inputs e.g. AUX for your PC and then Phono for your turntable.

You connect your PC and the Turntable to the amplifier and then switch the inputs depending on what you're using at the time.

What amplifier are you looking at getting?

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On 7/18/2019 at 5:24 AM, AL1V3 said:

Im planning on getting some Klipsch bookshelf speakers and a turntable (cuz vinyl for life) and I was thinking: "I want to use my speakers for my computer and turntable, can I connect them to the same amp?" Can I?

If you get an integrated amp, not a power, it will have lots of inputs. My mcintosh MA9000 is pretty full of inputs. You will have enough.

image.thumb.png.13a7a2109759ba33361baa45d7b5edb4.pngplenty!, any integrated will have 4+ inputs, some have digital optical/coax in aswell if they contain a dac.


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