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#387790 - 01/04/13 10:10 PM Re: Which poweramp? [Re: huskydave]
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Dave, there seems to be some sort of misunderstanding. Speakers don't clip; amplifiers may clip if the designed power capacity is significantly exceeded by playing at very loud levels. Using smaller speakers has nothing to do with it. Any multi-channel amplifier can have each individual channel adjusted by varying the voltage sent to it through adjustments in the receiver or separate processor.
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#388350 - 01/13/13 07:00 PM Re: Which poweramp? [Re: SirQuack]
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Guys don’t get me wrong, I didn't mention anything about the quality of the A/B amps, rather my concern was about efficiency … in my HT room I have a Pj … 12 pot lights.. an amp & ext amp … computer… pvr… amps in my seats for speakers & butt kicker… sub… 2 powered speakers .. analog powered mixer.. everything produces a ton of heat and can get unconfortable very quick espcially in the summer, so I'm always looking ways to reduce the heat.. like the pot lights with led’s.. that’s why I was talking about d class amps, they produce very little heat and are not as heavy as the A/B's because they have no heatsinks..


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nothing wrong with A A/B in my book. Love my Outlaw.
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