Originally Posted by audioguy
I just switched from an RS20i to the Trinnov. ONLY because I wanted to dabble in more channels. For your application (since you already own the RS20i) it will work perfectly. In my opinion, price new not withstanding, there is virtually zero audible difference if both are set up properly (I'm sure the Trinnov Fans may not agree) I'm one of the few who has made the switch and am a 2 channel guy (The Bogg being another if I recall correctly). The RS20i will do bi-amping (I have done it) and most certainly will handle your separate subs
Thank you so much of the response ! and I was hoping this was the reality too that the RS20i will be good enough to do the job
,,, especially with the new 4k switching card , it will certainly make the setup a lot easier ( more wife friendly )
and plus who knows I might want to add a surround and center speaker down the road , but like you said ,, I was seeking for advice from also a more HI-END 2 channel person perspective as well, tho I am 2 channel I also firmly believe in technology that how much the EQ can also do to the system , I believe that a system that has peak and dips,,, as good as it might sounds , but if you have a -10db in 32hz ,, and a +15db in 250khz ,, its just not going to sounds that good,,
so I am hoping that Datasat's DAC capability can somewhat get to that 2 channel critical performance , and still sounds decent ,,,
But again if Trinnov isn't going to be huge step up from RS20i I think I prefer to keep my piggy bank at the house for now ! lol !