Wir werden wir diese Stadt ein neues Arschloch schneiden. Most people think hooking up loudspeakers to more powerful amps is what damages them, however this isn't quite true, damage mostly occurs when someone uses a amplifier that is too weak for their uses, cranks it up to max, and clips it. Hatreds that have simmered for fifty years eventually explode as Milan Jacovich takes on one of his most challenging cases. Because sound mixes, mixing a good speaker with a poor speaker will overall degrade the quality of the sound, differences in detail and in driver speed can also cause sound to seem less defined and detailed than having one set similar to how listening to a crowd of people say the same thing sounds less defined than a single person. I like it when Haley gives verbal beatdowns. Tear you a new asshole.
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You can find that part of the review here:. Not quite at the level of the speakers, it's a fairly entry level amp for a consumer surround sound system. Not everyone wants sound in a way that an "audiophile" wants it. I haven't listened to either, but based on my research I would guess that in the "audiophile" sense, they are fairly far apart. I apologize for the late response. However, if you are looking for a more realistic "audiophile" sound, we can definitely help you out. Could you please tell me otherwise?
Please chew me a new asshole : audiophile
It depends on the speakers, more wattage would give you more volume though be careful with that volume knob , and if the speaker is a type that reacts well to higher amounts of power, you'll see tighter and deeper bass, more detail, and much better "punch" throughout the range. I just wanted to see what the pros over here would say. Low effort questions also go here. You may want a fuck ton of subwoofers going nuts and a "wall of sound" effect, and if so, awesome. However, if you are looking for a more realistic "audiophile" sound, we can definitely help you out.
Description: Are you sure you want to delete this answer? They are all placed in a horizontal line just because I can't fit them in my room any other way. The best thing you can do is set up both properly in a decent sized room, and play one pair, than the other, and see which you prefer. I'm sure we would all be willing to help you but I'd like to see some effort half way on this.