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kdlsrinu 24th August 2005 11:41 AM

biamp used only to drive low frequencies
hai friends good morning
i am havingg a jvc bi amp wiht a capacity of 60+60 mains and 60+60 sub driving capacity with 3 ohms min.
iam having a mordaunt short ms10i book shelf speakers which is connected to technics amp. the soundis quite good but iam not touching the bottom end.
the cd player is having two outputs so i connected one to technics and coneected second to jvc amp. i want only lower frequences from jvc by amp. wheteher any problem will arise if i drive only low frequences form jvc with out using the mid and high frequencies.
pleasae suggest

K-amps 24th August 2005 08:13 PM

Do you have an electronic crossover?

Why would anyone drive a nice pair of MS's with a Technics or JVC...?

What are the lower frequencies going to drive?

kdlsrinu 25th August 2005 03:52 AM

suggest me which amp is best to drive them,

AndrewT 25th August 2005 07:07 AM

from a manufacturer that does NOT claim to have improved the design yet again every six months. This must exclude 90% (or could that be 99%) of the far east manufacture.
Someone with a reputation for long life cycles and reliability.

AndrewT 25th August 2005 07:12 AM

how about adding a passive RC filter in front of the bass amp?
The bass amp and bass speaker will not be damaged by using bass only frequencies.
The mid and treble range speaker will play better if you can cut the very low frequencies from the driving amplifier. Again a passive RC filter at the amp input could be used to achieve this.

K-amps 25th August 2005 10:43 AM


Originally posted by kdlsrinu
suggest me which amp is best to drive them,

Thats like telling you what kind of food to eat... there are just so many ones out there, then there is availibility and budget to consider. If I were you and had a low budget and had to go far east, pick up a Luxman from the early 80's or a early 90's Denon.

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