Bi-amping the Pioneer VSX-54TX

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  1. Kevin_F

    Kevin_F Stunt Coordinator

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    Does anyone know if it is possibel to biamp the Pioneer VSX-54TX?

    Choosing a receiver is SO difficult......
     
  2. TimMc

    TimMc Stunt Coordinator

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    Of course it can. For starters, it's an Elite, and I think that Pio has had that ability in practically every Elite since at least the 43TX (almost anything that did 7.1 let you choose between the "7's" and bi-amp?)..

    You can also check out all that info on the Pioneer website. You can download practically any of their manuals (you just have to register w/ your email addr) and do a search for bi-amp and you'll probably find a dozen references on exactly how to do it, etc. It works just fine, as long as you aren't needing/expecting 200W/ch bi-amp'd (which is kinda unrealistic, isn't it?).

    Of course, this all assumed that you wanted to bi-amp w/ the amps within the receiver. If you want to do it w/ something external then that works, too.
     
  3. Kevin_F

    Kevin_F Stunt Coordinator

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    I am sure that I won't get 220w per channel, but if I can bi-amp and get more than the 110w per that it comes with, and also use channels that I won't be using anytime soon, then why not? [​IMG]
     

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