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#78443 - 04/09/07 06:46 PM Passive Bi-amp using the 7075
SP72 Offline

Registered: 03/12/07
Posts: 26
Loc: San Jose, CA
I just ordered the 7075 and I am planning to use it for my 5.1 HT setup.
Will the SQ be improved if I bi-amp the Klipsch speaker using the 2 extra channels?
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#78444 - 04/09/07 10:32 PM Re: Passive Bi-amp using the 7075
gonk Offline

Registered: 03/21/01
Posts: 14054
Loc: Memphis, TN USA
It'd be worth a try, at least - may be some subtle benefits to the extra power.
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#78445 - 04/10/07 11:20 AM Re: Passive Bi-amp using the 7075
bestbang4thebuck Offline

Registered: 03/20/03
Posts: 668
Loc: Maryland
I have revised and added to my comment, then moved it in the Saloon to the Single vs. Split Pathways (bi-wire, bi/tri-amp, etc.) discussion.

#78446 - 04/10/07 02:42 PM Re: Passive Bi-amp using the 7075
sb-avnut Offline

Registered: 05/09/06
Posts: 99
Loc: Chicago - W. Suburbs, IL
Great explanation.

That is why Meridian's active speakers with only 75 watts/driver amplification and average efficiency, can sound so loud...
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#78447 - 04/21/07 07:49 PM Re: Passive Bi-amp using the 7075
psyprof1 Offline

Registered: 09/10/05
Posts: 443
Loc: Santa Barbara, CA
SP72, have you tried the Klipsches in a biamp setup yet? If they're not the all-hornloaded classic Klipschorn but the more recent hybrid models, and you're passive biamping, you may find a drastic difference in sound level between the hornloaded tweeter section and the (I think) bass-reflex woofer section. Klipsches, of all speakers - though the current JBLs may be another example - might have to be active-biamplified to work right, with each channel's level controlled separately by the active crossover.

#78448 - 04/24/07 03:11 PM Re: Passive Bi-amp using the 7075
psyprof1 Offline

Registered: 09/10/05
Posts: 443
Loc: Santa Barbara, CA
SP72, I was wrong in my last post - passive biamping of Klipsch or any other speaker systems wouldn't change the relative levels of the tweeter and woofer sections, since the systems' passive crossovers would still be functioning. No worries then. Good luck and let us know if you can hear any difference.


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