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Rotel processor bypass for Audio Research SP10

I have a 5 channel home theater system using a Rotel RSP1098 processor, that I also want to use for 2 channel stereo using my Audio Research SP10 preamp. Is it possible to connect the SP10 directly to the Rotel pre and out to my front speakers, without degrading the tube signal from my SP10? The Rotel manual says that the signal can be input so that it only goes thru the volume pot of the Rotel but a dealer says that it actually is fed thru the Rotel circuitry and will definately not sound the same. I am trying to avoid having to disconnect and reconnect my speaker wires each time I do dedicated 2ch listening. Thanks for any info

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If I understand you, the 'sound' of the AR preamp is what you're trying to preserve. Presumably you're just running a phono through it as nothing else needs a preamp these days.

The multichannel inputs bypass all of the Rotel's processing except the volume. Use the Front L and R.

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