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Thread: Power up Liliiput GL701

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    Power up Liliiput GL701

    Since it has amp and radio, what is the best way to power it up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lyzybear View Post
    Since it has amp and radio, what is the best way to power it up?
    Just like it says in the manual...

    I am pretty sure that it has an audio in. So PC-->Aux In-->Internal Amp-->Speakers.
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    Do you know if this unit has preouts (fronts, rear, sub)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vuaccordla View Post
    Do you know if this unit has preouts (fronts, rear, sub)?
    Only has L-out and R-out.

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    ok thanks

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    Sorry guys, but I mean what is the best way to power up the whole unit to protect the screen?

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    what do you mean by "protect the screen"?

    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster View Post
    Just like it says in the manual...

    I am pretty sure that it has an audio in. So PC-->Aux In-->Internal Amp-->Speakers.
    Personally I would forgo the the internal amp and do it this way while still maintaining the control functionality.

    PC-->Aux In-->Internal Amp-->External Amp-->Speakers

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