Bi-amping front speakers with Denon A11SR

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jignacio

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In orther to bi-amp the front speakers using a DENON A11SR:

1) I need an stereo power amp or an integrated amp?

2) how to connect the seperate amp and how to config the A11SR?

Thanks for help.

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narcoticsuite

Standard Member
Are you running in 7.1 or 5.1? If 5.1 then you won't need an additional amp, you could use the 6th and 7th channels to biamp your fronts. Not quite sure how you configure the amp to do this but it should be fairly easy.

If running in 7.1 then you would need an amp, preferably a stereo power amp but an integrated would do, just be careful about the volume setting. You don't need to do anything special to configure amp other than possibly enabling the pre-outs. Hook up the front pre-outs to the extra amp and then wire the speakers up. Make sure you remove any bridges between the two sets of speaker connections.
 

stevefish69

Well-known Member
narcoticsuite said:
If 5.1 then you won't need an additional amp, you could use the 6th and 7th channels to biamp your fronts. Not quite sure how you configure the amp to do this but it should be fairly easy.
This Amp has not got this feature :thumbsdow or the capability of using the rear 2 channels for a seperate zone either :eek: without the use of a seperate 2 channel power amp
 
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