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Old 14th September 2009, 04:31 AM   #1
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Default F5 enough for floorstanders?

Hey guys, I'm a first time amp builder and currently looking to build the F5 for my DIY floorstanders. I'm wondering if its enough to power them with its 25W output.

My drivers are 2 x Vifa p17WJ and D25AG in MTM configuration. The Mid-woofers are rated at 88db and the tweets are 89db. So its basically 6 devices out of the F5.

Room is about 4m x 3.5m.
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Old 15th September 2009, 02:45 AM   #2
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I wud worry abt that unless at super high vol if thats your liking. As I had a 50W PP tube driving a 86db proac with authority at volume that rock the room.

Now what you are looking is only less 3db in terms of SPL (50w vs 25w) and its a class A vs class AB. Worst case, F5 biamp.
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