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Connecting a GTP -400 preamp to an AVR-E400 Denon receiver.

I have connected my Denon AVR E400 receiver into my Adcom GTP- 400 preamp connected to my Denon DP 29f turntable. My system sounds great! My question: Could I be risking causing damage to the preamp or to my Denon receiver. If I've done my math correctly It should be compatible.

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If the Denon manual/specs allow it, then you are OK (n/t)

n/t

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Denon specs

Trust me it was much easier reading an
finding the tech specs for a 1996 Adcom preamp then it was reading Denon install directions. Denon does not go in depth with their technical specs for installing additional preamps/ hardware.

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If it sounds great then...

you must be doing it correctly. So I probably wouldn't worry about it.

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