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  1. This sums it up! Indeed a very good description. cheers
  2. Yes this makes sense and generally the "driver interference" I'd like to remove (I have extra channels too). I also understand the IVR/power/current laws, looking for the specs I just wanted to check the limits (theoretical lets say). Actually you got me "scientifically" excited so Ill scope it to see that sort of voltages I get with some test tones or songs My older humble cave attached will do my tests
  3. can someone give me an email I can contact klipsch support or tech? I can find anything online to ask the wattage question to them. Cheers
  4. hehehe best post
  5. seems correct to my brain as most "basic" AVRs dont have a config for crossover freq when biAmping. This etc is the reason I want to bi-amp (I also have spare channels of course). the final amps for each part of the speaker will not have to deal with the "load etc" or the other part which is amp-ed separately.
  6. hmm ... well I have to test then. Your Marantz has the same menu/config as my Denon. My hypothesis for "full signal" is that there is no config for the DSP crossover freq... so you can match the speaker XO freq with the amp. makes sense ?
  7. hehe exactly nothing special, same signal to both parts of the speaker. you just duplicate. I will add a power limiter (from the settings) to 50/60% of max per channel to be sure.
  8. the Denon has a similar menu/config setting. Front LR plus the 2 extra channels from the back-something speakers (its a 7.x amp). Its been a bit of time since my engineering edu but if we assume that with _all channels_ active the amp make 80wpc (there is a loss with more than 2 ch active ok), and we connect 2 channels per speaker we effectively give a theoretical max of 2x80w. right or Im missing some physics law? cheers gents!
  9. Are you sure this is true for the 6000f (that I definitely need also external crossovers?) From my understanding of the 6000f design/circuit the 4 binding posts are bridged so each pair has a cross behind it. by unbridging the 4 posts you can use the same crossovers but with 2 amps. I dont see a way to remove the internal crossover from the circuit without opening the speaker.
  10. Any idea if both horn/tweeter and woofers are rated the same? I've seen other makers with unequal ratings (example: 50 RMS woofer and 25 RMS tweeter). I always had an "uneducated" fear that tweeters/horns wont take the same power as woofers.
  11. I assume the existing crossovers in the rp-6000f right? This amp is a basic denon 3500h (so no multi power amps with pre/crossovers). I was planning to remove the metal bridges and connect to 4 amp outs like normal. Both parts of the speaker with gate the same signal (I dont things my specs will do anything fancier). Any ideas on the wattage of the two parts of the speakers? Even the info from a 260f or something will be helpful. Cheers
  12. I dont know what you mean by "paradigm"?! Sorry
  13. Hi all, Im using a denon 3500 with sort off tested output like this one (multi-channel distortion and watt drop): https://www.soundandvision.com/content/denon-avr-x3400h-av-receiver-review-test-bench I'd like to use the 6000f and bi amp them.. Apart from the obvious debate about any additional benefits of bi amp-ing.. I;d like to know the wattage rating of the top and bottom part of the speaker. (of course Im not planning to even push any close to the max.. I dont have the space for it). 1) Can someone give me the tech specs for the two half of the speaker? 2) There is a lot of "flame wars" about bi-amping.. especially with low-end setups.. but in my head: 50% of single amping has less "power" than 50% of bi-amp (even with the decrease in wattage that the reality tells us).. so Ill probably use my system to 20-30% 'volume' and probably less distortion.. :S Thanks
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