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Got my Anthem MRX 310 yesterday and the sound is incredible. Have it hooked up to an external power amp.

Thinking of moving the power amp into another room for seperate duties and using the MRX 310's internal amp.

I will be driving it in stereo mode to a set of Monitor Audio Silver 8 that are rated up to 200w @ 4ohm.

I have a few questions for Nick.

1) Is the MRX 310 capable of 4 ohm nominal?

2) Is there some form of clipping protection or warning signal which is displayed if the amp is overdriven?

3) What are the distortion specs rated for at 4ohm on the MRX 310?
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Originally Posted by nathenkane View Post
I have noticed this as well. AL-Music also reduces the Sub level by 4 dB. I verified it by measuring it with REW.
Glad to hear it isn't just me. In the meantime, I've been using Neo6 Music which seems to work fine.
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