For those concerrn about 7T, here some email reply from michael
Thank you for your dedication to Aerial speakers. I have written my responses to your questions in blue below.
If you have any more questions, please send me another email. I am curious in what country you live?
Thank you and best regards,
Sent: Sunday, May 15, 2011 10:07am
I have been using your center CC5 for almost2 years. This month i am planning to upgrade to LR5. Considering i am using for HT 75% and music 25%. Do you think i should take LR5 or 7 T or the new one 7c ?
The LR5 is a perfect match because it has exactly the same drivers. The new 7T will also work well, but the LR5 is slightly better. The old model was the 7B which is now discontinued. There is no 7C.
Also for HT purposes, currently i owned my old bryston 4b st (2x250 watt/8 ohm) and 3b st (2x125watt).
I am planning for LR5/7c/7t is using 4bst and currently i bi-amp my 3 bst for CC5 (125 watt for high and 125 watt for low) .
My question is :
1. Do you think is right i am using bi-amp for CC5 with bryston 3bst?
Biamping the CC5 with the 3bst is fine. Theoretically, the center speaker should have at least as large an amplifier as the left and right channels. That is because the center is producing 60 to 70% of the sound in home theater,so it is working harder than the left / right channels.
2. Which one of those LR5 , 7T, 7C is best for match with CC5 for HT use ?
There is no 7C. The new model is the 7T. The LR5 perfectly matches the CC5. The 7T works very well with the CC5 too, but the LR5 is perfect.
3. Do you think is D amplifier is better then AB amp just like bryston for your aerial system especially for HT ?
They are both good.
3 . I am planning to buy 3 mono wyred4 sound SX1000 for using LR5 and CC5. All of them is 570 watt /8 ohm. Do you think wyred is going to match well with aerial ? Or better for me upgrade to bryston 7 bsst ?
The Wyred 4 Sound amplifiers are very good. The SX1000 works very well with the LR5 and CC5! This is a good combination.
Do you have a subwoofer? If not, I would recommend a SW12.