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Bi-amp again

Discussion in 'AV Pre-Amp/Processors & Power Amps' started by julianf, Apr 30, 2005.

  1. julianf

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    Hi - any help suggestions on this please

    got a mf308 intergrated and a nad c272 power if i was to bia-amp them should i use the 308 for HF & 272 for LF or visa versa - any ideas, as to tonal difference i will only hear once connected.
    also i have a spare mf x150 intergrated, could i use this instead of the 272 for the HF & the 308 for pre & LF but the x150 has no pre-in connections could i use 1 of the line in connections.

    speakers are atc12 + rel strata 5 sub

    any ideas

    cheers

    julianf
     
  2. booktrunk

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    Personally i'd stick with using the MF A308 and not bother putting the Nad in the system.

    Use it for a second room.

    I would think that the sound from the two power amps are not that similar and so would not help improve performace.

    If you want to try experimenting do it as hf or lf and see what you think!! Personally i'd not use it with the MF amp.

    Steph

    EDIT!! Sell the Nad and the 150 integrated n save up for a 308 power :)
     

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