Re: LOC vs Line Level Inputs on Amp
So what? A Class D monobloc sub amp doesn't give a rat's ass about any of that. The high level inputs on an amp are designed for the right levels to match the amp's input sensitivity. You won't improve that with an external LOC. You also get ground isolation by default and no chance of turn on/off thump that's possible with external devices. And as mentioned, you get remote sensing for free.
Originally Posted by Flex68
As for the circuitry being cheap, it only takes a few resistors and a couple of caps to impliment line inputs. The preamp is already there.
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