What Best 4 ohm rated amp capable of 110 wpc Continuous Power for less then $1000.00

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  1. Tim_

    Tim_ Stunt Coordinator

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    What's the best 4 ohm rated amp capable of 110 wpc Continuous Power for less then $1000.00? I don't believe I come across one yet. Anyone has any suggestion? I want one that is specifically rate to drive 4 ohm speaker not capable of, thanks.
     
  2. Arthur S

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    I guess you are talking about 2 channel amps?
     
  3. Tim_

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    Arthur S,
    Any will do as long as it meet 110 wpc plus and my budget requirement. I actually has the 3.1 setup but only running it at 2 channel stereo.
     
  4. Andrew Pratt

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    Adcom will likely have an amp that will fit your budget and still sound good. Audiosource's monoblocks are very cheap so you could pick up a bunch of those to do the job also.
     
  5. DaveHo

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    Almost any separate 2 ch amp would have no problem with a 4 ohm load. Most are rated at 8 & 4 as well so I'm not sure why you're having difficulty finding one. The Parasound HCA-1000A comes to mind as a solid amp meeting your requirements.

    -Dave
     
  6. DorianBryant

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    Adcom is a nice choice. I picked up a GFA-6000 on Audiogon for $200 shipped. This is a 5 channel amp. There are Adcom amps listed all the time that would meet your needs.
     

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