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Old 9th February 2003
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Speaker amp ?

Hello

For the moment I have to choose between 3 old amps for my monitor speakers.

1. = old Sansui 400 watts

2. = old Stanford 450 watts A&B switch

3. = old Face Linear 400 Watts

Which one should I use for best performance Or should I use none of them and buy something else?
Any suggestions?
Old 9th February 2003
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Sorry I didn’t mention that,

I use a pair of Tannoy Reveal's for close monitoring with the
Ps110B active subwoofer also Tannoy And a pair of B&W 110 for hi-fi reference. Al on the Sansui. Somebody gave me the Face linear as a payment but I have not used it yet. And the stanford is in the closet, i did a lot of dj'ng with it even with a bottle champaine in it , it kept playing!!!
This I use in my living room set-up. But can change in the near future I have to move everything to the room I’m still working on.
It also can happen I will have to buy another set of monitors since I will have no more speakers in my living room. Dam! rollz
Back to the cassette radio!

Any suggestions?
Thanks
Old 10th February 2003
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well, the 'flame linear' is the best sounding..fullest range for the wattage but make damn sure you fuse anything downstream from its outputs as they have a tendency to burn up speakers ...but they do have beautiful tone and are quite remarkable in their power range.....
Old 10th February 2003
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Thanks for the help ill go with the face linear i guess.

I'm just wondering do you guys use hi pass on the subb or all pass? I already blew up the safety fuse on the sub in all pass mode !!!

by the way is it Face linear or Flame linear ?, i didnt seen the f***r yet , they bring it to me this week. one thing i now is that it was used in a studio for a long time. hope it stil works ok.

if i have any confusion il let you know , thanks again
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by ProFool

I already blew up the safety fuse on the sub in all pass mode !!!

Just bought a new fuse and put it in the sub, turned on the powerswitch and whoom i blew it again!

Went back to the store and they told me i blew up the amp as well! The only thing i did was connecting the sub like i should & send a low volume signal to it and whoom !!! Dam

The pithy is iv bought the sub a year and a half ago & never used it since my studio wasn't ready. So i lost the guaranty on it as well!
One year for the amp and five years for the speakers.
Not my day i guess !!!
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