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Nick200wrx 10th December 2012 09:46 AM

Amp for tv?
Hi all,
I have a pioneer plasma a few years old and it has speaker connections on the panel.
I use the internal amp to power my b&w p4 floor standees and have done for years.
I really like the bright sound and low bass as I have neighbour and young children. My question is I am planning on buying a new samsung led and don't want the full warm amp sound that you get from normal Heidi amps, I want the same bright sound with good vocals as I have now.
What chip amp could replicate this sound for me?
Thanks Nick.

P.s I have owned Cyrus 8 and audiolab 8000s they sound too closed in compared to my existing internal tv amp.

AndrewT 10th December 2012 10:45 AM

use some input filtering on any good power amp to "tune" the sound you want.

Normally the filters are set wide for the full audio bandwidth, but you can reduce the bandwidth easily and cheaply.

Nick200wrx 10th December 2012 02:20 PM

Thanks for the reply but I know nothing about equipment, I only now how to listen to switch it on and listen to it.
But I will do some more net trawling.
Thanks Nick.

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