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FMJ P25 gain vs AV300

Discussion in 'Arcam Owners' Forum' started by barnythebear, Oct 22, 2004.

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    I've just bought a fmjp25/3 to biamp my front 3 speakers with my av300.:clap: John Dawson replied recently to one of my posts that the p35 has the same gain as the av300, I take it this is the same for the p25? Should have checked first I suppose, cannot see anything in the manual.
    Also any body suggest any reasonably priced interconnects to link them together?
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    Yup the gains are the same. Can't really comment on the interconnects but ones with phono plugs on each end would be a good idea :)


    John Dawson (Arcam)
     
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    Thanks John for the advice. Now it is up and running all I can say is wow! I was a bit dubious about the likely benefits of biamping with a separate power amp over the internal biamping allowed by the AV300. Previous threads on the forum seemed to indicate it would not be much of an improvement. I needn't have bothered, bass seems fuller and the instruments better defined and seperated. Sorry must go back and have another listen just to be sure. :smashin:
     

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