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    Question Linn Wakonda Pre Amp

    HI THERE,

    NEED SOME LITTLE HELP HERE.

    SOON I'M GOING TO GET MYSELF A LINN KLOUT POWER AMP AS I WHANT TO HAVE A BIG CHANGE OVER MY BELOVED ROKSAN KANDY MK3 AMP. I KNOW I HAVE TO GET A SEPERATE PRE AMP FOR IT, SO I AM THINKING OF PURCASING THE LINN WAKONDA PRE AMP WHICH I THINK IT WILL GO GOOD WITH THE KLOUT. ANY WAY I KNOW HOW TO CONNECT MY SPEAKERS TO POWER AMP AND MY OTHER AUDIO SOURCES TO PRE AMP. BUT HOW DO I CONNECT MY PRE AMP TO THE LINN KLOUT AMP THOUGH??.

    RESPECT

    SHANE

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    Hi Shane,

    I Haven't Auditionned The Linn Wakonda And Klout, But They Are Very Simple To Connect. The Wakonda Has Two Identical Stereo Line-outputs, Enabling The Connection Of Up To Two Power Amps. Select A Line-output And Use Interconnects To Connect The Left Output Of The Pre-amp To The Left Input On The Power Amp, And Vise Versa. Enjoy Your New System!

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    Darn, I can't seem to type in all caps, AR seems to reset the case. How'd you do that?

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    Cool,

    THANKS FOR YOUR HELP I WILL BARE IT IN MIND, CHEERS.

    REPSECT

    SHANE

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    You guys still there?

    Can either of you offer any advise? I brought some expensive Hi Fi in the late 90ís, Sonus Faber Grand Pianoís, Linn Genki, Wakonda, and one LK 140. I knew nothing then or now about Hi Fi really, I just listened to loads of stuff and that combination sounded the best and the speakers looked great.

    Still like the sound and I have no particular desire to throw it all out for an upgrade to new stuff. I was looking on ebay and such places and have seen Klouts for sale. Do you think replacing the LK 140 with one or 2 second hand Klouts would be worth while sound wise? Or maybe just getting another LK 140 so I have one for each speaker?

    Any help gratefully received.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyroad
    Can either of you offer any advise? I brought some expensive Hi Fi in the late 90’s, Sonus Faber Grand Piano’s, Linn Genki, Wakonda, and one LK 140. I knew nothing then or now about Hi Fi really, I just listened to loads of stuff and that combination sounded the best and the speakers looked great.

    Still like the sound and I have no particular desire to throw it all out for an upgrade to new stuff. I was looking on ebay and such places and have seen Klouts for sale. Do you think replacing the LK 140 with one or 2 second hand Klouts would be worth while sound wise? Or maybe just getting another LK 140 so I have one for each speaker?

    Any help gratefully received.
    OH GOD YEAH!!!!!!!!!!

    GO FOR THE KLOUTS, I THINK YOU WILL WORSHIP THE KLOUTS AS IF ITS A F**** GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

    WITH THE KLOUTS YOU WILL GET A MORE BETTER PUNCHY SOUND, BUT YET MUCH MORE DETAILED SOUND OVER THE LK140 AMPS. AND WITH THE WAKONDA PRE AMP, I THINK IT WILL STILL GO GOOD WITH THE BIG BOYS MATE. IF NOT THEN THE KARIN IS THE KEY FIGURE.

    HOPE THIS HELPS SKYROAD.

    RESPECT

    SHANE

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