what amp do you use for passive monitors?
Old 16th November 2011
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what amp do you use for passive monitors?

I'm about to pick up a pair of JBL 4412As and I was just wondering what suggestion you might have for an amp?
Thanks in advance!
Old 21st December 2011
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I have passive ATC monitors and have tried a few amps. I am now very happy with the Bryston 4BSST
Old 29th December 2011
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Crown XTi 2000 works for me lots of head room
Old 29th December 2011
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Zachry XP-600
Old 30th December 2011
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Have run the Bryston 4B on everything from NS10s to Urei 813 (bridged into mono @8 ohms) and it is a really great sounding amp.

A good friend who is not a fan of the NS-10 remarks about mine with... "Your NS-10s sound really good!".

This is definitely due in part to the Bryston's magic.

Also spent a couple of years with a few Perreaux 1000, and I can attest to this amps pleasing carachter.

Both of these amps are MOSFET powered which does add some harmonics that the human ear seems to really like as a pinch of seasoning in the musical Gumbo.
Old 9th March 2012
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+1 on Bryston 4b. Using them with Tannoy DMTs
Old 9th March 2012
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Which DMTs?
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