Hi Guys, I was needing the same info as well. I hooked everything up with the same cables (4&5) and didn’t seem to make a difference. There were link plugs in the “signal out A” and I disconnected it to put in the appropriate SNAIC cable, my question is do I need to also reconnect the “link plug” to a diffrent port? Aux 2? Any help would be great…
Yes indeed 22 years old. I’m unsure if it has ever been serviced as I am the second owner and have had it for seven years. The peculiar thing is that the CD5 that is running through the FC2 is substantially more powered than the Nait 5. Should the perceived outputs of the two units be the same, or would the CD5 have a default larger presence than the Nait 5? Even though the output of the Nait 5 is smaller, it still sounds very good and is more volume than I need. Wondering if I just live with it, as I’m in Northern BC, Canada and it’s a task sending it in for service, or bite the bullet and live without it for a while and send it to Europe for a vacation?
I had the same setup years ago and adding a FC2 did give a good improvement, not as massive as adding a HCDR to my SN1, but then the HCDR was a much bigger investment. So I suspct others may well be right in that a service is overdue.
Yes the Tuner is a NAT05, and both the Tuner and CD5 are feeding into the Nait5, power is feeding from the FC2 to the CD5 and the 4&5 pin SNIACS are between the FC2 and the Nait 5 in the above configuration ^
I think you can program the volume range / level per input on the Nait 5.
‘To program the volume control for each input first set the volume control to a comfortable listening level with the loudest source (probably CD). Enter program mode by pressing and holding the prog key until the amplifier volume control indicator flashes. Select the input to be adjusted using the handset and use the vol up and down keys to set the volume to a comfortable listening level. The amplifier volume control will not rotate during this operation. Select a further input to adjust. To exit program mode press and hold the prog key until the volume control indicator stops flashing, or operate any control on the amplifier.’
I have the Nait 5 but never used this feature, so I can only guess. It has a balancecontrol too …
Can a flatcap power two source components or is it configured that one has to be a pre-amp. In other words can one be used to feed a CD5 and a stageline if its not feeding a pre?
Also is a flatcap xs compatible with a CD5(non xs)