Amplifier HK PA 4000

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  1. mofet_n

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    Hi! My home theater is set up as a 5.1 system (All polk audio spks RTi70, R50, CSi40). I find that my hk 325 isn't powerful enough, so I'm thinking of getting the HK PA 4000 (maybe you could recommend something else). Would I be able to power all 5 speakers, and would I be able to with my speakers and my receiver.
    If any of you have any comments about the PA 4000 or 2000, please write it down.

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  2. Mark Russ

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    Mofet, you have all kinds of options. I personally would use 2 of the 4000's channels to passively biamp your cs400i center, and also passively biamp the rti70 mains with the other 2 channels of the 4000, along with 2 of your receiver's channels. Or, you could power a set of speakers in another room. The options are pratically limitless with that amp. It can power up 8 speakers at 45 watts per, if I remember correctly.
     

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