Originally Posted by dgage
Sold in 15 min...that's pretty nice...for me at least. I've been thinking about getting a D-Sonic for a long time and just needed the impetus to pull the trigger and you twisted my arm ever so slightly.
To answer your question...I'm going to use it to run my 212HT-LP (pre-2015) speakers.
I may even throw on another pair of 2400w@4ohm modules to run some midbasses if they'll fit in the chassis. Do I need that much power for the 212s...nope, but how often does need play a role in this thread?
Edit - I honestly know I won't ever use the 2,400w at 4 ohms that this amps puts out for the 212HT-LPs. It really is more about wanting a D-Sonic amp and being future proof. By getting the maximum wattage for LCR, I won't have to worry about upgrading my amp in the future. That was the thought behind my purchase, not 2,400w on a set of 212s. I honestly don't play that loud. Then again, now I can DJ my kids school dances and run everyone out of the gym if I ever wanted to...but that's more of a dream sequence than anything that might happen in real life.
David, I have been running the Lab (2100 watts/ch) for LCR for a while now. I have pushed the amp all the way to get the -4dB lights to flicker and it is soooo insanely loud in the room but still clear. I can honestly say I can get the 3OS to hit their limits before the 212HT with this amp. Of course that is in large part to the fact that I listen to music with approx +15dB house curve.
Plus now if you do decide to PEQ some extra dB in you have lots of headroom. My only advice is be careful, if the room is treated you can really be listening louder than you think!
what subs are you running?
Pre-Pro: Emotiva XMC-1, DSP: Mini DSP 2x4 balanced
Amplifier: Sunfire TGA7400, Lab Gruppen FP10000Q
Speakers: JTR Noesis 212HT (LCR), JTR Slant 8's (surrounds), 3 Orbit Shifter LFU's
Sources: PS3, HTPC, Dish Network
Projector: Epson 8350
Screen: Seymour XD AT 138" diagonal 16:9