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post #3601 of 3604 Old 07-30-2014, 05:17 PM
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THe only issue I have with Parasound is the heat they generate and for home cinema class D works great.

My second room is 12 x 13 x 9 and it get hot very fast with no AC in there!

Plus I would need an A31 and three A23, the heat would be like a radiator.
The A31 is not bad at all for heat load when running normal volumes - this was a major concern for me. The A23 has only a couple watts class A bias so even less. The A21 generates more heat than the A31 due to higher class A bias. Agree on class D for movies.

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THe only issue I have with Parasound is the heat they generate and for home cinema class D works great.

My second room is 12 x 13 x 9 and it get hot very fast with no AC in there!

Plus I would need an A31 and three A23, the heat would be like a radiator.
IMHO, you don't need amps in a room that size anyway. I think for the most part, theater owners don't have heat problems which cause them to opt for class D. If the biggest issue one has is heat, then other priorities such as SQ may have to take a back seat.
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Hello guys, that do you think to have model 2125 ( not V.2) for klipsch RF-82II's. Now I'm using DenonX4000 for all 5 speakers I have. Looking for some extra amp to be on the end 9.2 set up. How is this amp sounds for movies?
Or any other recommendation for different amp?

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Hello guys, that do you think to have model 2125 ( not V.2) for klipsch RF-82II's. Now I'm using DenonX4000 for all 5 speakers I have. Looking for some extra amp to be on the end 9.2 set up. How is this amp sounds for movies?
Or any other recommendation for different amp?
Any of the new classic amps would do just fine with this setup. The Klipsch are very efficient so you dont need much power to get them singing. Does this answer your question?

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2250 Mckinnon Ave.
San Francisco CA 94124
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