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Wharfedale EVO Sopeakers - Match with Acram AVR100? Good Idea or not!??

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by Snarpy, Aug 9, 2005.

  1. Snarpy

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    Are these speakers a good match for Acram AVR100?

    EVO 30 Fronts
    EVO Centre
    EVO 8 Rear
    Diamond SW 150 Sub

    Any advice would be appreciated.

    Thanks
    Mark
     
  2. deanym

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    The evo 30s are great speakers, I have them partnered with MF gear and they suit the forward presentation, the arcam will be a tad smoother, but the dynamics of the evo's would still be evident. If poss (as ever) the advice is get a demo. Personally I think evo 30's would outperform your arcam 100, but would be a good upgrade path if you were to improve the arcam in the future.

    Hope this helps.
     
  3. Snarpy

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    Thanks for the Info.
    I was a little worried that the Amp would underpower the speakers.
    Would that affect the speaker performance!?
     
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    The evo series is great, Just Keep in Mind they are 6 OHM speakers not 8.
     
  5. Snarpy

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    Please excuse my ignorance here but are 6 ohms speakers harder for the amp to drive than 8ohms?
    Maybe I would be better off with Wharfedale Diamond 9 speakers instead?(considering my amp Acram AVR100)

    Any ideas!?
     

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