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Purpose of Speaker Outs on Stax Adapters?

post #1 of 7
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Sorry if this is a stupid question but what is the purpose of the speaker outputs on the Stax Adapters? Are they specifically intended to be used for electrostatic speakers?
I've got a SRD-4 here with no manual and was just curious.
Thanks.
post #2 of 7
The Stax adapters are hooked up to a speaker amp, thus taking up those outputs. The speaker outputs on the adapter are a straight pass-through from the speaker amp to the speakers when the adapter is switched in the loudspeaker position.
post #3 of 7
No, it's so you can still use your loudspeakers if you connect your transformer box to your amp.
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No, it's so you can still use your loudspeakers if you connect your transformer box to your amp.
i think you are agreeing with fitz.
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i think you are agreeing with fitz.
I think he was saying no to the OP.
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I think he was saying no to the OP.
*Nods*
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pwned.
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