Question about Paradigm Monitor 9 Speaker
Looking for amp/receiver to power these. i am dumb when it comes to wpc,continuous watts, peak power, ohms, and so on.i have a pioneer vsx 451 receiver that doesnt seem to power these very well. could i have them wired wrong? i would appreciate any help, thanks mike firstname.lastname@example.org
The more power the better as far as amplifiers go, underpowering speakers causes clipping and burns up voice coils.
Having a high power reserve means you have higher headroom for transients, with more power the amp will be able to handle transients better and will not be running at full output all the time in order to get desired volume levels, hence more headroom.
If you want to go with quality go with components, a seperate dedicated high quality amplifier such as a haffler, crest, etc., amps you find powering monitors in studios. It all depends what you want.
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