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What I have found is it's best to just go source to STM. Take the pre out of the mix.
Sometimes I'm lazy as f__k, need my remote!
In addition, I depend on my pre for its sub outs, not sure I could connect my 2 speakers and 2 subs to the STM speaker outs. If that was possible, I might ditch the pre as the STM is an integrated pre and amp
Speaker level hookups. You can do that. However, I like to use line outs for my subwoofer hookups and specifically had a left and right out on my pre-amp put in just for dual subs.
In addition, I depend on my pre for its sub outs, not sure I could connect my 2 speakers and 2 subs to the STM speaker outs. If that was possible, I might ditch the pre as the STM is an integrated pre and amp[/https://relsupport.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115004486607-Class-D-Amp-Connection-Methods
Yes Rel has that High Level Speakon hook up that is unique from other subs. What kind of pre are u Getting?https://relsupport.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115004486607-Class-D-Amp-Connection-Methods
Messed up this post, it was for MttBsh
Hey, you didn't mess it up! I read and appreciate your post. Based on what you said I'm going to try hooking my subs and speakers up to the same binding posts on the STM, cut out the middle man (the pre)!
Be careful, it’s a little tight with those binding posts so close together. In my set up I use banana plugs for speaker and spades from the sub. And I’m using only 1 sub. Don’t want anything touching obviously 🙂
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