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Old 16th June 2008, 03:14 AM   #1
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Default Using 5x220w parasound 2205a for stereo bi-amping, good or better off?

I was looking for 2 power amps for bi-amping my system,
speakers are Dali Suite 2.8

I came across parasound 220Wx5 at a funny price (cheap)
and im thinking of getting it and bi-amping my speakers (using 4 channels)

would it be good idea?
would the sound be as clear as in 2 separate amp's?
would the crosstalk kill the sound benefits?
I would be using it for stereo only.

thanx for any help!
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