Use a stereo preamplifier with a separate amp for high-performance sound. The preamp handles source switching and signal processing, and allows you to make tonal adjustments.
These amplifiers have special features to help you install speakers in multiple rooms of your home.
A home theater receiver powers five or more speakers for enveloping surround sound and provides connections for your A/V gear. Some connect to the Internet for endless listening options.
Power amps have a simple job to deliver clean power to your speakers. Our selection includes 2-channel amps for stereo and multi-room amps that power several pairs of speakers.
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An integrated amplifier is essentially a receiver without a built-in AM/FM tuner. You get power to drive your speakers, audio controls, and inputs for music source components.
Putting together an audio system just for music? Stereo receivers leave off multi-channel surround sound and complicated video processing, but deliver good, clean, stereo power.
These preamps are specifically designed for audiophile-quality surround sound. Use a "pre/pro" with one or more amplifiers for killer home theater performance.
These receivers can play music in at least one extra listening room great for enjoying tunes out on the deck, in the basement, or a bedroom.
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