How important is the pre-amp voltage of a head unit?
I am considering buying a headunit with a 2.2V pre-amp at 1Kohm impedence.
My amplifer has a 200mV -2V sensitivity rating,
with an input impedance of 20K Ohm -
could this cause an issue with the new h/u?
My other option is an external Equaliser, which has input
gain controls, and obviously EQ functionality, which
my current head unit does not.
I have been told that if you have a higher head deck pre amp
voltage, or another device such as a line booster or EQ which
can do the same thing,
in between the h/u and amplifier, that the signal into the amp
will be stronger , and cleaner allowing a stronger and cleaner
Head Deck (considering buying)- Pioneer DEH-P6550
EQ (considering buying) - EQ215
Amplifer - Phoenix Gold B-44 (same as M-44)