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- Questioni want to confirm that I can connect a powered subwoofer to this amp. Please advise correctly. thanks (5 Answers)Answers
- QuestionHi, What is the manufacture' Warranty? (3 Answers)
- QuestionAfter connecting the dvd player audio to the Onkyo TX-8020, how do you get the video of the dvd player? Do you connect the video separately to the TV? And if so, will there be any syncing problem between TV and receiver? (0 Answers)
- QuestionSo this isn't an amp but just a a/v receiver? (2 Answers)
- QuestionI want to connect a Sony turntable PS=LX-250 H, AC 120 V, 60 HZ 2 W, to the ONYKO TX 8020 with phono input - will this work? I also need 2 speakers (preferably bookshelf)for this receiver. Your answer and suggestion is appreciated. (1 Answer)Answers
According to a couple of articles online I just read about your turntable, the turntable has a preamp that can be turned off. If you turn off the preamp, you should be able to connect the turntable to the phono inputs of the receiver. Alternatively, you can leave the turntable preamp on and connect the turntable to the CD or tape inputs of the receiver. I don't know what to say about the speakers: you are correct, you will need two speakers to connect to the receiver. The receiver can handle speakers whose impedance is anywhere between 4 ohms and 16 ohms.
- QuestionI have a Technics turntable without Pre Amp. Can i use it with this amplifier? Could you please provide dimensions and weight ? i need to know if is possible to fit into my luggage Thanks (2 Answers)Answers
Since you didn't specify which turntable you have, but you did say that it didn't have a pre-amp, I assume it is not an AT-LP60-USB, which is a widely used model. The AT-LP60-USB has a pre-amp. I don't know what amplifier you have, since you didn't specify that either, but if the amplifier doesn't have a pre-amp built in, then you need to buy a small pre-amp for the turntable because the actual signal out of the tone arm is very small, and you probably need to increase the strength of the signal going in to the amplifier. For specifications as to size, go the the manufacturer's web page; everything is there.
- QuestionWhat is the watts and Volts?? Thanks (2 Answers)Answers
It uses 120 volts and the power consumption is 180 watts. The OUTPUT power (to the speakers) is 50 watts continuous power per channel (there are two channels). Note that this information is for the North American version of the receiver. There is also a European version that uses 230 volts and has an output power of 90 watts per channel.
- QuestionI want to listen to LPs, CDs, and FM. I have one pair of 16 ohm speakers and a pair of 8 ohm speakers (in a different room) will the TX-8020 play both pairs of speakers simultaneously? (1 Answer)Answers
Yes, the speakers do not have to have balanced impedance, but make sure that the positive side of the 18 ohm speaker is not connected to the same set of posts as the negative side of the 8 ohm speaker. The recommended impedance in the amplifier is 4 ohms for a 8 to 16 ohm range. The factory preset is 6 ohms, but you can change the impedance by using the remote control set up button. I've stayed with the factory pre-set, and the sound seems to be just fine.
- QuestionDoes this unit have phono input (8 Answers)
- QuestionCAN A AND B SPEAKERS PLAY SAME TIME (3 Answers)
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