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Old 07-14-2017, 03:28 PM
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Default A23 Hommage T1 install help request

I recently unplugged my A23 Hommage T1. I should have taken notes, but now I'm not sure where to plug the RCA inputs and outputs. None are labeled for easy identification.

Looking at the unit from the front with the A23 badge on top and the RCA jacks on the backside, are the inputs from the phono cables on the top row (or are they on the bottom), please?

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Britt.......Don Better Audio in Ohio sells the A23 Hommage T1. http://donbetteraudio.com/accessories/

Give them a call. I'm sure they would be happy to help you.
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Britt.......Don Better Audio in Ohio sells the A23 Hommage T1. http://donbetteraudio.com/accessories/

Give them a call. I'm sure they would be happy to help you.
Cool. I couldn't get a response from my original distributer in a timely fashion. Don called me right back, answered my question (I had in backwards), and will likely make future sales with me. Super great guy. Thanks, Dan, for the suggestion. it worked like a charm.
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Britt.......Love it when a plan comes together. .

How about letting everyone here know how it gets connected. This thread is already on Google so you may be helping lots of others.


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Britt.......Love it when a plan comes together. .

How about letting everyone here know how it gets connected. This thread is already on Google so you may be helping lots of others.


The OUTPUT RCAs are nearest to the side plate with the badge and ground wire. The INPUT RCAs are the other ones further from the badge and ground wire. The left channel is nearest to the letter A on the A23 badge. The right channel is nearest the number 3 on the badge.
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Britt.......Thanks. Hopefully this photo will make its way to Google Images and help others who need connection directions for the Auditorium A23 Homage T1.


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That's it. Thanks!
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The input and output orientation is spot on. The L & R is correct enough.... However, it doesn't matter if L or R is on the Left or Right as long as they are lined up together. It's a passive device, that is only amplifying signal. That said, if it helps someone to go with the LEFT on the A side (of A23), that is correct.
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