SDA SRS2 '86 blade-blade. Budget upgrade. Looking for an advice.

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  • pitdogg2
    pitdogg2 Posts: 24,928
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    That Parasound 2205 is a beast, I wish I had one😉
  • F1nut
    F1nut Posts: 50,086
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    You cannot bi-amp with an amplifier that shares a single power supply for every channel. Bi-amp means two entirely separate amplifiers each with its own power supply AND the use of active crossovers.
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  • alexanikin
    alexanikin Posts: 105
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    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    That Parasound 2205 is a beast, I wish I had one😉

    Absolutely agree. The offer was so good, that after 16 hours in airplanes and airports the first thing is I jumped into my car for a 70ml round trip to get the amp.
  • alexanikin
    alexanikin Posts: 105
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    F1nut wrote: »
    You cannot bi-amp with an amplifier that shares a single power supply for every channel. Bi-amp means two entirely separate amplifiers each with its own power supply AND the use of active crossovers.

    Yeah, I know. I'll play with it.
  • alexanikin
    alexanikin Posts: 105
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    alexanikin wrote: »
    7/64" drill bit was used for hurricane nuts
    1/4" drill bit was used for internal threads

    Just finished working on hurricane nuts and I have to say that this statement is wrong. Correct variant:
    3/16" drill bit was used for hurricane nuts
    7/32" drill bit was used for internal threads