Back in the good old days most integrated amps had pre-out and power amp in sockets, allowing owners to patch in equalizers, noise reduction boxes, active crossovers, etc.
The now discontinued Uniti/ UnitiLite/ SuperUniti series have pre-amp outputs, but no power amp inputs. This means that when using the preamp output to feed an external box, say for DSP, the internal amp cannot be used, which seems wasteful (and expensive).
Anyone know if the internal power amp can be accessed by rewiring the Uniti? I recall seeing a thread on the web some years ago where an owner had split the pre and power amp sections, but cannot find it any more.
My Unitiqute has a power amp input. I believe all the Uniti-s are equipped with an Analogue input which is a dual function input. Go to input settings and you will be able to swap analogue input for power amp input there.
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If you want to add DSP units or an equaliser then this is best done with separates and using a tape loop. That way it can be easily switched in or out of circuit and won’t upset the pre/power pairing our interface.