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Hi folks well just got a deal o. Some paradigm studio 100 v2s and curious of your ideas on a good 2 ch amp to drive them, saw a deal on a nad 272 not sure if it's enough power?
Running a denon 4310ci
paradigm studio cc490 v5 center
4 paradigm ams 300 inwalls
2 paradigm 150r in ceiling
svs pb12nsd sub
I think I'm really maxing out the 4310 maybe should even get a 3ch for the front end? Any help eh


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Hi folks well just got a deal o. Some paradigm studio 100 v2s and curious of your ideas on a good 2 ch amp to drive them, saw a deal on a nad 272 not sure if it's enough power?
Running a denon 4310ci
paradigm studio cc490 v5 center
4 paradigm ams 300 inwalls
2 paradigm 150r in ceiling
svs pb12nsd sub
I think I'm really maxing out the 4310 maybe should even get a 3ch for the front end? Any help eh

Low cost, high power two channel amp options

QSC GX-5 -lots of power, great warranty, some fan noise

Behringer EPQ-2000-good power, no fans so fan noise is not an issue. 1 year warranty
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