Krell For Rear Channels?

Discussion in 'AV Receivers' started by Jared Neumann, Jan 2, 2004.

  1. Jared Neumann

    Jared Neumann Stunt Coordinator

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    I WAS WONDERING IF ANYONE KNOWS IF THIS WILL WORK AND HOW MUCH OF A DIFFERENCE IT WILL MAKE THE SOUND.
    I CURRENTLY AM USING 4 CHANNELS OF AN ADCOM 7807 FOR ME REAR AND SIDE SURROUNDS. I WAS CONSIDERING USING A PAIR OF KRELL 300IL INTERGRATED AMPS IN THE PLACE OF THE ADCOM.

    DOES THIS MAKE ANY SENSE TO DO

    MY THEATER
     
  2. Andrew Pratt

    Andrew Pratt Producer

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    iT tOTTAlly DePeNDS oN wHAT tyPE of SpEAkers yOU ArE RuNNiNG bAcK tHERE aND hOW lOuD yOu LisTen TO thE MoVIe/MuSIc? ChanCES aRe tHOuGH thAT ThE MOnEY spEnT oN uPGRadINg to tHE KRell AmPs fOr REar Duty CouLD beTTer bE sPEnT ON SoME OthER ASpeCT of YOuR SySTem.

    Ps its a lot easier to read posts that aren't in all Caps[​IMG]

    PSS I just went to your site and you've got some nice gear already but really while its a nice goal to have premium amps on all channels given your speakers are set up for HT not SACD or DVD-A I'd argue that the adcom is more then enough amp to do justice to those M&K's. If you were to upgrade anything I'd start with either the subwoofer or more likely the DVD player.
     

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