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|5th June 2006, 05:39 AM||#1|
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Reference Amp for studio
I was just wondering what everybody was using as a reference amplifier for their building/testing loudspeakers in their sound rooms.
Im particularly looking at a QSC PLX2 1802 atm and haven't really found anything else other than your average dual monoblock hometheater amp.
i'm looking for 2 ohm capable into 2 channels preferrably, best audio quality possible (lowest THD possible, highest S/N ratio) and broadest Freq. Band possible (>18-25 @-3Db)
The amp in question has all this (relatively) and i'm just curious if you guys have suggestions before i go spend $1000+ and end up with an amplifier more suited for "live" venus.
Quality in all areas is of upmost importance here as this will be a reference used in a soundproof/treated room.
(has to be equal to or rival, your average harmon/kardon....)
Shouldn't be too hard eh?
Thanks, any help is greatly appreciated.
Edit: link to QSC:
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