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Technics Power Amps to bi-amp?

Discussion in 'AV Pre-Amp/Processors & Power Amps' started by sfrench, Nov 15, 2004.

  1. sfrench

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    Hi,

    I'm looking for your opinion on my idea..

    I currently use a pair of Mordaunt-Short 902's amplified by my single technics A600 MIII (Class AA) I'm pretty happy with it, I like the crisp hard amplification technics give, I primerally listen to dance music, but I also use it for watching dvds through my computer.

    Computer (spdif out coax)
    ->
    Technics SH-ac300 surround sound decoder
    1->
    (front) Technics A600 > mordaunt short

    2->
    (rear) Crappy powered speakers

    Also connected to my A600 is my cd player and tuner (seperates)

    What I'm looking to do is replace my A600 with a control amp and two power amps so that I can bi-amp my front speakers (amplifiy high and low frequencys seperatly for clarity) and use my current amp for a pair of decent rear speakers.

    Any critisisms or suggestions welcome.

    Plus can anyone comment on the technics power amp kit?
     

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