Originally Posted by rnrgagne
Some reviewers I've read feel the 1000ASP (500w) module has a more refined top end than the other modules - have you tried reversing the modules or running either of them without bi-amping? And/or using the 500w for the top end and BAT for the bottom end?
Hi there -- I did run the Wyred for the most part on its own, I only biamped at the very end to cover all bases. Yet, clearly, I missed one and will try running the 500w channels as you suggest on the top. I did biamp with the BAT on the top with 500w on the bottom and the BAT on the bottom but with only the 125w of Wyred on top. Before I return the amp, I'll try this and let you know. And did you also mean to try just the Wyred as the amp but with the 500w on top and 125w on the bass? For good measure, let me try this too.
Right now, I still feel, the 500w on the bottom with the BAT VK500 on the top is just a great combination, but you need to think two large boxes and a spare pair of channels, so it's hardly an economic solution. I do think a pair of the 500w monos on the bass with something else on top, perhaps a smaller BAT VK200, might be just the best solution.
Let me just say for the record - EJ has been fantastic to work with on this. I've dealt with lots of hi-end companies, and most are very good and very customer oriented, but EJ, as the Wyred point man, is just in another league.