Can. Via the RCA and you have some kind of XLR converter.
Means now you get the full power of the speakers because it has a dedicated amp inside it. So your receiver doesn't have to do much work but pass audio through the RCA channel to that XLR port via this RCA to XLR converter cable.
But if the electronics in the Active speaker fail, your whole speaker will be gone.
Vs, if you have everything separated, like having a passive speaker, then you only need to change whichever component fail. Be it the receiver, or amplifier or that 1 speaker. Instead of throwing an entire active speaker and now thinking if you should invest in an external amplifier with a passive speaker to begin with. I don't like that risk.
Well i see wwenze's point because of the stupendous performance to cost ratio of Neumann KH80. Plus I already have the denon x3600h so dont have to spend more there. Maybe I can just buy one Neumann kh80 piece and use as center speaker to try first. Wwenze do u think it will work well as center speaker for distance to MLP at up to 2m?
Anyway, I recommend you go search up rca to XLR on Carousell. Some are from Audio shops there. So you'll get quality rca to XLR cable for cheap too.
Or now, you can even look for rca to Analog (Jack). Their input can accept either XLR or Analog (Jack)
Edit: Yes, shops like Infinite Cables on Lazada is fine too. They are the same ones that are also available on Carousell.
Ok am having bit of dilemma...
For my purpose of home theatre and music connected to denon x3600h and listening distance of up to 2.2m in 3rm hdb flat living room... For Left Center & Right channels, should I get the Neumann KH80 DSP A or Elac Debut Reference? Assuming for both options, price is exactly the same. Am using a single svs pb1000 for subwoofer.
Any opinion or help would be much appreciated.
Thoughts on how different they might sound would also be helpful. Thanks.
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