Too much power is better than too little power. It may be counter-intuitive, but that's the way it works. You should be fine as long as you can avoid sending them giant spikes, and you pay attention to gain-staging.
It's fine. In fact it's great, not too much power. Bryston's are great for NS-10's. It brings them to life. I have an 8B bridged on mine and have had no problems. We did fuse them to be safe but yet to have blown one in over two years...
I'm into the same question too. I'd go Bryston, but can't afford it at the moment. Today I'm going to try a Labgruppen iP 450. Anybody used one of their iP series products on NS-10's? If so, what do you think about it?
hi guys,i use hafler 9290 for my ns10,i think this is good but is there anybody have a beter idea?also i always have a big problem in low frequency and always in about 80 to 180hz i have a wrong frequency response .is there any body can help me to correct this frequency response.i also use esi sub but only correct below the 80 hz.