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    Gryphon Amplifiers and Preamplifiers left or right channel

    This question goes to Gryphon owners as far as which is the left channel and which is the right channel. Since Gryphon doesn’t label the back left or right channel. How do you personally designate left and right. When facing the front of the unit the left is left and the right is the right. Or when you’re looking at the rear of the unit the left is left and the right is right.
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    Re: Gryphon Amplifiers and Preamplifiers left or right channel

    not sure how Gryphon does it but just hook it up the way you think it might be and then play a "left channel" or "right channel" track from "Audio Check" found on either Tidal or Qobuz and you will know if you got it right or not.
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    Re: Gryphon Amplifiers and Preamplifiers left or right channel

    On the preamp the jacks color coded RED are for the right and WHITE are for the left, that's an industry standard. On their amp the color codes designate + or - so I'd stick with the same sides when viewed from the front, using the right jacks for RIGHT and left jacks for LEFT.

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    Re: Gryphon Amplifiers and Preamplifiers left or right channel

    When viewed from the front, left is left and right is right (D300)

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