Question for the experts. Connecting a 1976 Nikko STA 7075 (Brand New) to an Amplifier
I just cracked open the box to my brand new Nikko STA 7075 Receiver, made in 1976 (the year I was born). I have hooked it up to my AES Pisces Bookshelf (comparable to B&W bookshelfs for a lot less $$$). I want to preserve the power of my receiver and reduce wear and tear, and use the receiver more like a pre-amp.
Questions: Am I on the right track here? Can this be done? What do I have to look for when choosing an amp to run my speakers? Since the receiver is so old...do I need to buy an older amp?
I know, I am crazy for buying a stereo receiver built in 1976, but when I saw that it was unopened I had to have it. It sounds fantastic hooked up to my speakers.
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.