Denon 3803 & Panamax 5300 - Adjustable or High current bank?

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  1. JohnMW

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    I've always had my 3803 plugged into the "adjustable delay" bank on the Panamax 5300, and my sub amp in the "high current" bank. Is there any benefit of connecting the 3803 to the "high current" bank? I am not sure if the current of the "adjustable bank" could be limiting the 3803....

    Here's the back of the Panamax 5300.

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  2. John Garcia

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    I put my Marantz 8300 on the high current bank on my 5100, along with my sub. I didn't notice any difference, but I leave it there anyway.
     
  3. Kenneth Harden

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    Yeah, high-current would be the 'best' thing to do.

    The other banks are designed for non 'power' things like DVD, Sat, Cable, CD, TiVo, etc. (less than 100 watts or so)
     

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