DPC 750 digital power convertor using home stereo pre out???
hello....i have a question for you, i have and old pioneer sa-9900 home stereo amp(500watts) , and a peavey DPC 750 digital power convertor, and an old sunn bass cab(SPL-8028,1x12"/1x18")which is rated for 8 ohms or 4 ohms if using the internal crossover...i know this will sound like a long shot but here it is...if i plug my guitar/bass into the mic input of the pioneer sa-9900, then run a chord out of the pre out of the pioneer sa-9900 into my peavey DPC 750 power convertor, then run out of the DPC 750 power convertor into my sunn bass cab......is that at all possible? will I blow the amp or power convertor? or will it destroy my speakers? kind of a crazy question but i thought you would have a good understanding if this is at all possible with or without risk......i do not have a bass head to power my newly found sunn cab, but do have the home stereo amp(500watts) and the DPC 750 digital power convertor and was hoping i could get away with this as i do not want to spend anymore money than i have to.
Thanks for you time, cant find a good answer out of anyone i have talked to yet....