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Nad C320bee Amplifier

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by sam_a, Jan 11, 2003.

  1. sam_a

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    Hi,

    I am very new to Hi-Fi - and I don't really understand how the overall impendance of the speaker effects the setup. I am looking to buy a NAD C320BEE AMPLIFIER, and also some JBL XTi20 speakers. The speakers are rated at 6 ohms, but I can find no mention of any of this on the NAD website - how will this effect my setup?

    Thanks,

    Sam
     
  2. Grimley

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    I wouldn't worry about it too much, NAD amps are designed to drive speakers with difficult loads. Their power usually doubles as the impedence lowers ie (40 Watts into 8 ohms 80 Watts into 4 ohms). High Wattage doesn't usually mean it will go louder, it's how an amp handles current & NAD amps are very good at this, their Amps have been critically acclaimed by reviewers for years.
    As for your JBL speakers I don't know about them, but any respectable dealer will let you demo an amp with your speakers.
     

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