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I finally bought some speakers. They are the electric studio monitors. However they are 6 ohm speakers and I have no idea what integrated amp to use. Here is a review. http://www.studio-electric.com/TAS218MonitorReview.html At 13.5 inches high by 10.25 inches wide by 10 inches deep it is an averagesized monitor. But where it begins to veer from the norm is its sealed cabinet, which boasts a response curve of 47Hz to 20kHz +/-3dB. The speakers say use an amp 40-150...
I saw that too. Im still so up in the air.There are 2 c1's as well.http://app.audiogon.com/listings/monitors-dynaudio-confidence-c1-ii-in-cherry-wood-with-matching-stand-4-2014-04-04-speakers-singaporehttp://app.audiogon.com/listings/monitors-dynaudio-confidence-c1-awesome-sound-lacquer-finish-esotar2-2014-04-03-speakers-77059-houston-txAny thoughts on the bigger bargain?
I do not listen very loud at all.I am planning to use the system in a small room.However I was also going to see how it sounds in my big room, which is 16ft x 22ft with 10 ft ceilings. I would be 12ft away from speakers.
I read that article. Thanks so much. However I am not very savvy on the tech stuff. Does this say that the amp can run 4 ohm speakers well? Even the C1?
I have a follow up question ahout my exposure 2010s2 integrated amp running dynes. The literature in the box states it is 75 watts into 8 ohm and does not mention 4 ohm at all. As the dynes are 4ohm am I out of luck? Also a pair of c1's have come up and are even more tempting than the 160's. Can this amp even try to run those? http://www.exposurehifi.com/pdf/2010s2-integrated-amplifier.pdf
I was able to get an exposure 2010s2 integrated amp for some pretty short money. I am wondering how the amp matches with the b&w pm1. However a pair of focus 160's just came up for sale. Would this amp be good enough for the 160's and how would it compare to driving the pm1's The amp is 75 watts per channe at 8 ohm.
I was hoping for an amp a little better than fine. But this amp will have to do. Thank you all
thank you very much. I do not intend to listen very loud at all. I am not a big fan of subwoofers. so i was hoping to not use one for stereo music. However the speakers would be in a medium to large room I know that is not ideal but that is the only room available.
I was able to get an exposure 2010s2 integrated amp for some pretty short money. I am wondering how the amp matches with the b&w pm1. Are they a complimentary pairing? I am not a specs guy but I would like to know if it's enough power and there are no clipping issues. The amp is 75 watts per channel.
I was able to get an exposure 2010s2 integrated amp for some pretty short money. I am wondering how the amp matches with the b&w pm1. Are they a complimentary pairing? I am not a specs guy but I would like to know if it's enough power and there are no clipping issues. The amp is 75 watts per channel.
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