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You're welcome TJG :)
I've been studying the user guide and there are a couple of things people may (or may not) need to be aware of. They are related to my crazy idea of adding this integrated amp into a surround setup.
1) The GIA-275 cannot accept a digital 5.1 signal. You are thus limited to analogue inputs if you were to add this amp into a surround setup.
2) It does not seem to have a home theatre mode or unity mode? (at least none I could find) so if you were to add this to a surround setup with an AV receiver, you may have to control the volume on both units separately.
Also note to buyers hoping to use this in a 220V setting, the manual states "Units shipped from North America are factory set for 120VAC60Hz." I guess pictures showing "115V-230V" on the back panel do not apply to these units.
If the source has the ability to output a downmixed 2.0 PCM signal this is a non issue