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xDuoo MT-603 Pre-Amplifier

xDuoo MT-603 Pre-Amplifier

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The xDuoo MT-603 is a handy little preamp that sits nicely into any setup. That’s because xDuoo has built this tube format into a switcher-style chassis Read More
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mhuss
9
Nov 5, 2022
It's not a "pre-amplifier" (Gain: 0db), it's apparently a tube-buffered switch.
cellphono
11
Nov 5, 2022
Came here to say the same thing. No volume control either.
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alkc
2
Nov 15, 2022
How long should I expect the tube to last?
rastus
1391
Nov 16, 2022
Thousands of hours… Longer than a growing portion of solid state audio goods…
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alkc
2
Nov 6, 2022
Could someone tell me what this Is used for. Doesn’t look like a preamp.
MacCali
6
Nov 6, 2022
Tube switch for multiple inputs
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Lhheinze
3
Nov 14, 2022
Can you run this backwards, switching input and output?
SuperFlyEDSguy
58
Dec 3, 2022
I’m 99.99% certain that you can’t simply because of the tube. Just like diodes, transistors, and the like, with the tube being their precursor it only allows current to flow in one direction. By running it backwards you’ll be pushing against the flow of current, hence it won’t work. There’s plenty of devices on the market that do what you’re asking and have no powered components to get in the way of the signal. Using this as designed should sound pretty good, but this is not the device that you want. Look for something simple and preferably not even powered.
alkc
2
Nov 7, 2022
Would I connect a CD player to this and then connect this unit to the analog input on my receiver? Would this improve the sound? I wish drop would include more details.
kaud
177
Nov 16, 2022
Yes, that’s how you would connect it. As far as “improving” the sound, depends what you’d consider an improvement. Will probably give you a smoother, more organic sound (due to the tube) than your stock CD player.