Originally Posted by whoaru99
Not only do I think it, it's true. And, it has nothing to do with post counts, per se, it has to do with actually doing it and measuring it.
As I suggested some time ago you need to rethink this. Thinking only in terms of power just serve for continued misunderstanding.
It's well-documented in many
posts/threads here on AVS.
There are posts and there are posts.
There is a big difference between using the word facts and actually suppling them.
Current is not voltage. If you amplify the voltage to a source with high impedance there is less resistance and therefore less current.
That means much less chance of clipping.
Lower impedance loads are harder to drive so more current is required.
Use two amps and one amp can run out of current while the other (the highs) are fine.
If you are using an AVR that runs out of current, there is little or no clipping protection.
Therefore bi-amping makes does not help.
It is not about volume, it is about clipping.
If you would like to refute the clipping argument, fine.
Go find the posts and read them first.