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Old 24th August 2008, 08:38 PM   #1
Tino is offline Tino  Canada
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Default 2x Vifa M26WR09-09, power amp and an active crossover...

Hi guys, wondering if this is doable and if done right might give me good results...

I've got a pair of old Vifa M26WR09-08 drivers, a Souncraftsmen PM860 power amplifier and an Audiocontrol Phase Coupled Activator which has a built in 2 way 18 db/octave crossover. I will be crossing the sub at 50Hz because I'm happy with the way my main speakers handle anything above that range.

Since my amp does not bridge, I'm considering running it in stereo. Each driver will be in its own cabinet.

...so is this workable - strictly for music listening or should I just buy a plate amp?
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