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post #1621 of 1622 Old 09-23-2017, 06:50 AM
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Just checking out purchasing a 7-channel 3A to replace my 10 year old NAD T-973. Does it require a '20-amp circuit'? I use a Furman voltage regulator for protection/voltage stabilization for my system. I see they have 2-power inputs in back- but mention the other is optional for 'professional installation'. Anyone go from a NAD and able to comment on any listening difference (Highs-mids-lows)? My NAD has been excellent performer and powers Magnepan 1.7is with ease- but always interested in finding something better since I'm on 'the upgrade road'.
I can't comment on a NAD comparison but I am sure you don't need a 20 amp circuit even though it would be a good idea. Also depends on The configuration you get. The 5400-7 should probably have a dedicated 20 amp even though I have no problems with my 5400-7 plugged in to a UPS/surgeprotector with 5 other things plugged in and I crank it to refenence and above regularly. These are very efficient amps.

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I can't comment on a NAD comparison but I am sure you don't need a 20 amp circuit even though it would be a good idea. Also depends on The configuration you get. The 5400-7 should probably have a dedicated 20 amp even though I have no problems with my 5400-7 plugged in to a UPS/surgeprotector with 5 other things plugged in and I crank it to refenence and above regularly. These are very efficient amps.

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Thanks for confirmation- I wasn't absolute sure by how things were worded on the site. I'd be getting the 'base 400' 7 - channel at that.
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