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Old 9th September 2013, 05:30 AM   #31
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Above goal is the allow the three amps and there respective speaker sets the largest advantage in doing what there best at doing!

I would really appreciate outside input, this is just trail and error on my part.

Thks Jeff
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Old 20th February 2014, 01:30 AM   #32
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Still dialing in this setup...
Had a tuf year with my Health. Just a system overview that's up to date.

My Muti turntable (4), Cassette (analog playback) Nakamichi single CD/Sony MD/Philips 3 disk CD/CD recorder/Pioneer SACD/DVD unit (digital media) running thru multi-preamps with a (volume stepped attenuator final passive control switching unit)feeding out separate Hi/Low signals. SAE para EQ/31 band Nady Pro-EQ to individual SAE Xover/Nady Pro-Xover then the Hi/Low signals are Bi-amped to separate Hi/Low speaker sets listed below.

Primary turntable Yamaha PX3 linear tonearm with $1400.00 AK(handbuilt) mid gain/MC cartridge, via hybrid/tubed dedicated Jolida MK II phono line stage, with the other mentioned source units directed thru two separate preamps all switched controlled from the above mentioned custom passive control unit with the signals being split to the SAE EQ/Xover (Hi-side) and to the 2nd tier 31 band 1/3 octave Pro EQ/Pro Xover(Low-side)units.

Split stereo signals are then bi-amped from Hi/Low feeds (Counterpoint 12 tubed Hybrid/Mitsubishi A30 Dual Mono 2 channel amps) into what amount’s to bi-wired (L/R) 10 driver speaker towers. Utilizing a set of Yamaha NR500 large 3-way bookshelf (Low-side) positioned on top of the ZU Union 2-way single axis full tower cabinet size (HI-side), working together as one left tower/one right tower system. 1st tier 85 watts (Counterpoint Low-side) signals delivered to the Yamaha 3-ways 6 ohm speaker portion and the 2nd tier 110 watts (Mitsu/Dual HI-side) signals going to the ZU 8 ohm set plus an additional Pro series Dual 8 inch Woofer slotted cabinet powered by a NAD 2200 2 channel amp capable of pushing 300 watts per channel to each woofer/driver. I. E. (65 Hz and below so as not to fully down load the Yamaha carbon fiber 12” speakers with these throaty low freq. signals).


I E: This is an original setup developed by me in an attempt to solve several home entertainment/stereo sound quality conflicts. These tower units will be utilizing there 5 individual drivers per channel plus the Pro series dual 8 inch independently slotted sub cabinet in a overall system Tri-Amped configuration. This in theory will give each individual speaker cabinet it’s maximum signal output quality across there individual ideal frequency ranges. I.E. Exactly how the original designer intended each of these sets individual components to operate at there best, I hope.
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