I was looking at the FP10000Q @ 1350x4 and the P1800 4 way @ 450x4 @ 8 ohms.
The FP1400 is far too powerful for my needs and the FP10000Q is closer (still more power than I need, but...). The one I have questions about is the P1800, do you have any idea what the design is based on? It's a class H and the P1200 (which would have sufficient power) is class AB, if the P1800 is well designed it could work well with the mains and surrounds. My concern is that poorly designed class H amps can be fairly problematic, whereas class AB amps are not that complicated (comparatively speaking). Does anyone have any insights into Sanway's P1800?
Dunning–Kruger effect - a cognitive bias where individuals exhibiting poor ability suffer from an illusion of superiority, due to their mistaken assessment of their cognitive ability. That is, a high level of incompetence prevents such individuals from cognitively recognizing their own ineptitude. Yeah, I know...the irony.