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Old 26th January 2012, 08:00 PM   #1
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Hi to all! This is my first post here. Do you think that Klipsch RF82 98dB will be a good match with F2J amplifier?
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Old 26th January 2012, 08:14 PM   #2
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Hi mc297 and welcome to diyAudio. I'll let someone else answer your question

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Without seeing an impedance curve it is not possible to say,

Do note that the sensitivity assumes a voltage amp, and in the case of all the Klipsh speakers i've seen measures for are 3-5 dB optimistic on the spec sheet.

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counting on that always (-4db) , when Klipsch is in question

even PWK had special sort of db

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This is one of those "You want to try it first" situations.

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counting on that always (-4db) , when Klipsch is in question

even PWK had special sort of db

Well, I'm not afraid about low power amp as now I'm using a 6w one, but more on the notes I read into F2 manual regarding the matching between drivers, crossovers and amplifier. As Mr. Pass said, if no one has faced the same situation yet, maybe I sholud try...
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