NHT 1.5 bi-amp-able?

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  1. StevenK

    StevenK Second Unit

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    Can't seem to find the specs on them...even from their site. But can these be bi-amped? Considering them for rear surrounds.

    BTW...how would one set these up as rears taking into consideration the 21 degree slant?
     
  2. Dmitry

    Dmitry Supporting Actor

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    No, they only have one set of binding posts. I don't think there are many bi-ampable bookshelf speakers, but I could be wrong. The 1.5s I'm right about though, after all -- I have them [​IMG]
     
  3. Mark Austin

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    Bi-amping the rears??? Now, that's taking it to the next level.
     
  4. StevenK

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    Well, the only reason I really want to bi-amp the rears is DVD-Audio...not for movie soundtracks.

    BTW, my current HTD Level III bookshelfs are bi-amp-able, believe it or not! The more I think about it, the better the deal on these HTD's become. Too bad I had to get them in the cherry finish at the time, else I could keep them with my new glossy black NHT's.
     
  5. Jon_R

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    There are lots of biampable bookshelf speakers. The B&W 601s2 (not certain about the s3 but I would assume they are as well).

    Polk RT55, although you have a large bookshelf to put these on.

    Just letting you know.

    Jon
     

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