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Re: vp-180 or xp-3 amp
Wid #306937 05/17/10 08:47 PM
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Oh yeah, you'll be just fine with a 4810.*






*assuming reasonably sized room, reasonable listening levels, and general lack of insanity. This comment carries no guarantee or warranty of any kind, except where prohibited by law. Special rules apply in Rhode Island. Don't swim after eating.


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Re: vp-180 or xp-3 amp
fredk #306991 05/18/10 02:13 AM
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Fred, yes nearly all modern HT receivers have identical specs for all channels. I don't recall seeing any of the major brand models recently which didn't fit this pattern. Of course, there's no separate amplifier for the center channel; it uses the same power supply section as the main channels do, and unless the manufacturer deliberately put different output transistors in the center channel which couldn't handle the same amount of power, its performance is identical.


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