dantan, on Oct 1 2010, 05:30 PM, said:
I have just realised that with my B&W PV1, there are no L and R RCA analogue in-puts. There's only 1 "Line In" RCA in-put.
I assume that this simply means that a "Y" RCA splitter must be used?
By the way, my head is spinning with all these new things that I am struggling to grasp. "Actively bi amp with the sub"? I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about, unfortunately.
Yes Dan the PV1 has just one input, y conector or cabel required for RCA use (By the I way also use a PV1)
That is not an issue, what is of some concern is that the PV1 is a bit unusual in that the RCA in has no low pass filter, that
Is to say it will try to produce all of the frequent range!!!!! B&Wdi this as they prefer the low-level speaker style connection
In non core HT use, with a HT receiver there is no need for a lowpass as that is built into the receiver. This is vey good desgin in my view as many people stuff this up and use the sub controls (other than volume) with HT when they should
There are controls on the PV1 for volume, frequency and EQ, these only work with the speaker style input.
Iwould not use the PV1 with pre outs, as on the Pearl, but it would be perfict with the NAD as that has sub out with low pass
Edited by Chill, 01 October 2010 - 06:38 PM.