Currently I have a DAC connected to a NAD 326Bee amplifier.... At the moment I just use the headphone jack on the NAD....
If I wanted to get a headphone amplifier could I just connect via RCA cable through the NAD 326Bee tape loop?
Would there be any quality loss this way or any complications?
I could then just select tape loop on the NAD amplifier front panel, switch on the headphone amp and use it for headphones or switch back to the NAD cd input for the main speakers?
So effectively I would be using the DAC > RCA cable > NAD amp > Tape loop > headphone amp and then just selecting through the buttons on the front of the NAD amp?
If there is no quality loss or complications this would save a lot of money because the only other way I can see is either an RCA splitter which does not seem like a good idea or getting a balanced amp and using the DAC's balanced outputs to balanced headphone amp which would be expensive.
Edited by nicholars - 1/21/13 at 7:59pm