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Triamping experiences AVR300

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by Barend, Jul 30, 2004.

  1. Barend

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    Just had my HK Pa2400 final in, 2x130W @ 8ohms, first used it to biamp the bass channels.
    Another leap forward in sound quality compared to in-AVR300 biamping.
    Better controlled bass, real cellar deep too.
    Tried triamping by feeding the mid channel of my KEF Ref 203, but no improvement: fuzzy mids, wandering soundstage (singer not spot on in the middle anymore.)
    Suspect phase problems, although I used the AVR300 amps for LHi/Lmid/RHi/Rmid.
    Will stick to biamping with the HK.
    This seems to work best.

    So now I have two free channels again.
    As I will stick to 5.1 I want to biamp my rears, wonder how that can be done?
    Internal Biamping only works for the L/R Fronts.
    Going to try the old method of feeding SL/SR preouts to some unused input and pressing Zone2.
    Will that work?
    It can certainly be done on the Denon AVR3805, but I don't know on the Arcam.
    Anyone?
    Love to know before I start pulling cables under the floor...
    Barend
     

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