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    Hey guys im looking to tri-amp a setup in the works of being designed. Im looking for recommendations for either a 3set of 2 channel amps or a AVR that has atleast 6-channels and 6 audio inputs for those channels.
    Power requirements can be as low as 40 or 50 wpc. I don't want to exceed more than 100ish wpc.

    Im working on somewhat of a low budget so for a receiver I can dish out about $400ish. For amps maybe $100 each.

    Im not looking for anything fancy. I don't need any of the electronic gizmos in the AVR for x-over, eq, ect. I want flat out the best bare bones amplification I can get at my price range- and I'm more than ok hunting for quality used gear as that's probably where the best will be for my $$

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    Re: Amp or AVR recomendations?

    http://www.fullcompass.com/product/384603.html
    Audiophiles listen to the equipment, not the music.

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    • #3
      Re: Amp or AVR recomendations?

      This one's fan cooled if that matters.

      Ron
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        Re: Amp or AVR recomendations?

        Watch e-bay for Adcom GFA-2535 and GFA-235II (and GFA-235 for that matter). Very nice sounding amps, and quite inexpensive these days.
        "It suggests that there is something that is happening in the real system that is not quite captured in the models."

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          Re: Amp or AVR recomendations?

          Kenwood KM-Z1 six channel amp. Some used ones around.

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            Re: Amp or AVR recomendations?

            These go for $99.

            http://www.parts-express.com/pe/show...number=302-601

            Ron
            C-Note Iron Driver Build
            The Lydias
            The Cherry π's
            The Champs - Iron Driver 2015 Entry
            My Projects Page

            The good thing about science is that it's true whether or not you believe in it. - Neil deGrasse Tyson
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjuGCJJUGsg

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            • #7
              Re: Amp or AVR recomendations?

              If I may offer a suggestion, why not do a passive crossover between mid/tweeter and bi amp a hybrid 3-way rather than tri amp? This will get you most advantages of active, but save you a pair of amps.
              :blues: Flat frequency response, a smooth sound power response free of resonance, careful driver-integration, and high dynamic range both upward and downward :blues:

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                Re: Amp or AVR recomendations?

                Originally posted by GranteedEV View Post
                If I may offer a suggestion, why not do a passive crossover between mid/tweeter and bi amp a hybrid 3-way rather than tri amp? This will get you most advantages of active, but save you a pair of amps.
                Because my electronic crossover will handle 2-way or 3-way. And if im budget crunched on amps ill just save by humping along on 6 channels off a A/V Receiver until I can fork out enough for separate amps.

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