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An integrated amplifier is two components in one ù a power amp that drives your speakers and a preamplifier for your music source components. The preamp lets you select your sources and control the volume. An integrated amp is similar to a receiver, except it doesn't have a radio tuner built in.

A good rule of thumb is to stay within the power range of your speakers but look toward the upper end of that range. More power is a good thing ù it gives you stronger bass and clearer, louder sound, especially in larger rooms.

Yes! There are a few ways you can do that. Most of our integrated amplifiers have a dedicated "phono" input for hooking up your turntable directly. You can also use a separate phono preamp to connect a turntable to any standard audio input. And some turntables have a phono preamp built in, so you don't need a special connection on your amp.

Some integrated amplifiers have built-in Bluetooth or Wi-Fi for streaming music from your phone or other device. Streaming directly to your integrated amplifier over Wi-Fi is a solution we love ù the music doesn't stop if you carry your phone into another room. WiFi equipped integrated amps also offer built-in support for popular music services like Spotify and Qobuz, and some even let you stream music to compatible speakers or components in other rooms.

Yes. You can connect a TV to your integrated amp just as you would another audio source. This will give you much better sound than your TV's built-in speakers. A select few integrated amps have HDMI inputs for hooking up a TV, but you'll find more options with optical digital inputs that can be used for this purpose.