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  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 910
    The Yammy has built in room correction/DSP and other things nice for a live PA amp, wouldn't be a good fit for your home theater setup.
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  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 38,502
    What happened to get Nandikol banned?
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  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 910
    Maybe the mods misinterpreted his India marketplace website as spam/advertising posting?
    F1nut wrote: »
    What happened to get Nandikol banned?

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  • Viking64Viking64 Posts: 1,058
    edited January 8
    F1nut wrote: »
    What happened to get Nandikol banned?
    He was also banned yesterday morning and his account was reinstated.

  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 38,502
    Strange
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  • NandikolNandikol Posts: 23
    Sure, let me have a check and confirm you !
  • NandikolNandikol Posts: 23
    Paid $1100.00 why buying 7s and now the selling price is $300.00 ☹️☹️
  • NandikolNandikol Posts: 23
    edited January 9
    Yes, even I see every second day my account is banned ... did nothing guys
  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 38,502
    Nandikol wrote: »
    Paid $1100.00 why buying 7s and now the selling price is $300.00 ☹️☹️

    That sucks.
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  • NandikolNandikol Posts: 23
    Yes f1 nut, selling out is not an good option here. Again wen they come to check those speaker they will try to reduce even more. One thing, I totally understand Yamaha is a pro amp, which has no business in a home audio system as you told, however out of curiosity Iam asking if I use it for sometime will it harm my amplifier 3070 or speakers as Iam in no mode to give load on 3070 for sometime as you told wpc will go down as I connect more speakers to it. What I thought it will not sound better then Marantz which I understand but if there is any other reason not to buy that .. thanks
  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 38,502
    Using a pro amp will not hurt your AVR.
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  • tonybtonyb Posts: 28,033
    If your willing to spend around 650 on a pro amp, which isn't your best option as F1NUT suggests, look for a used Parasound HCA 1200 or 1500. They can usually be found in the 4-500 buck area. Plus it will sound better with those speakers than any pro amp.
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  • NandikolNandikol Posts: 23
    Ohh great .... so Can I use yahama PX3 for few days as Iam getting good deal for $500.00 And down the lane after a year if I get a good deal then will sell out 7s and PX3 and get Marantz amp for sure ... will it make lots of difference in sound with respect to PX3 vs Marantz..
  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 910
    In my opinion yes it will. The Yamaha has it's own DSP chip inside to basically EQ the sound and apply room correction. It's designed to throw live music into large spaces filled with people.

    Even if the DSP can be bypassed/disabled you're still dealing with a pro audio unit that has a lot more circuitry in it designed for things like running at max power for several hours, versus circuitry designed for bringing out the best of highly detailed home audio style speakers.
    Nandikol wrote: »
    Ohh great .... so Can I use yahama PX3 for few days as Iam getting good deal for $500.00 And down the lane after a year if I get a good deal then will sell out 7s and PX3 and get Marantz amp for sure ... will it make lots of difference in sound with respect to PX3 vs Marantz..

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  • gp4jesusgp4jesus Posts: 1,038
    Clipdat wrote: »
    In my opinion yes it will. The Yamaha has it's own DSP chip inside to basically EQ the sound and apply room correction. It's designed to throw live music into large spaces filled with people.

    Even if the DSP can be bypassed/disabled you're still dealing with a pro audio unit that has a lot more circuitry in it designed for things like running at max power for several hours, versus circuitry designed for bringing out the best of highly detailed home audio style speakers.
    Nandikol wrote: »
    Ohh great .... so Can I use yahama PX3 for few days as Iam getting good deal for $500.00 And down the lane after a year if I get a good deal then will sell out 7s and PX3 and get Marantz amp for sure ... will it make lots of difference in sound with respect to PX3 vs Marantz..
    in support of Clipdat's and similar posts: at the end of the day, except for the very $$$ amps, they will add or leave their "signature" or "character" on the signal feeding your speakers. Pro gear, while robust as their specs make obvious (e.g. 2 ohm stability), typically won't sound as sweet as the recommended similar $'d consumer gear.

    Meanwhile, enjoy your journey. Tony

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  • NandikolNandikol Posts: 23
    Thanks a ton everyone for sharing great insight and knowledge.... thanks again
  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 38,502
    Stick around, we like having you here.
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  • NandikolNandikol Posts: 23
    Sure anytime f1nut ....this is the place where I can learn so many things from you all ... and to keep you posted my seller told me he will visit this weekend to my place with Yamaha PX3 and do a setup... he requested me to use it for few days without paying anything. If I don’t like he will take it back without a question
  • mrlorenmrloren Posts: 1,198
    Pro amp on home speakers = not good.

    That Marantz 2ch amp is a nice amp to drive them speakers.

    Emotive is a decent amp, I have the BasX-A300 and like it. If you can't afford a bigger amp Emotiva is the way to go.
    When I was a kid my parents told me to turn it down. Now I'm an adult and my kids tell me to turn it down.

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