Denon POA T10 and Tannoy Fusion 3's

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octo

Guest
Im putting together a hifi system. Planning on coupling a "Denon POA T10 Power Amplifier" and Tannoy Fusion 3 floorstanding speakers.

Dont know too much about about this kind of stuff...What do you think?

Specs....
(Amp)


(Speakers)

PERFORMANCE
Recommended amplifier power 10 -100 Watts RMS
Continuous power handling 70 Watts RMS
Peak output power 140 Watts
Low frequency response 32Hz
Sensitivity 89dB
Nominal impedance 8ohms
Frequency response 35Hz - 20kHz
DRIVE UNITS
High frequency 25mm(1") Nitro-Urethane layer damped woven polyester dome, shielded neodymium magnet assembly
Low frequency 165mm (6.5") coated multi-fibre paper pulp cone
CROSSOVER
Frequency 2.7kHz (Bi-wireable)
Type 4th order acoustic linkwitz-riley

Will this sound good?

A fast response would be great because the auction is ending in about 4 hours!
Thanks.
 

Nic Rhodes

Well-known Member
The specs will tell you nothing however the amp is a decent one and I have installed it in more than one friends system. All down to price. It will drive most speakers reasonably well.
 
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octo

Guest
Thanks for the reply. I just called richersounds and a guy there said you cant use this amp as a standalone amp and that it wouldnt do anything without a pre-amp...Is this right? The amp has got no volume control or anything so im guessing hes right. Just want to double check with you lot first though.
 

Nic Rhodes

Well-known Member
Yes that is right, it is a power amp that has been designed to connect to the pre out from a pre amp / AV receivers, both of which do the volume (switching etc).
 
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octo

Guest
So what amp would you reccomend for Tannoy Fusion 3's? Preferably under £160?
 

Henry

Active Member

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