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post #1 of 2 Old 01-06-2013, 07:15 PM - Thread Starter
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I own a Monster AVS 2000 and a HTPS 7000.

My System is as follows:

TV Sharp Elite 70"
Amp Anthem P5
Processor Denon 4520
Subwoofer Rythmik 15"
Blu-Ray Oppo
Satellite Dish DVR

Does anyone know how much the Monster(s) can handle? Would I need 2 or more of the AVS 2000s? I don't want to run the risk of blowing the Monster or the attachd equipment. Is there any way of using the numbers (like amps drawn) to determine how many I would need?

Ideally I would like to hook up everything through the AVS 2000 / HTPS 7000.



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You Monster gear is designed to handle 1800W max. The Anthem P5 draws 2 x 1800W at full power. So, if I understand what you want to do, you need 3 x AVS 2000 and 3 x HTPS 7000, 2 pairs for the P5, one pair for everything else.
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