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Old 06-29-2020, 01:48 AM
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I’m a huge fan of bi-amping/tri-amping.

My SF Aida’s are tri-amped/tri-wired w/ Burmester 911’s. Never sounded better; in fact a big improvement over bi-amping.
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Carl, I agree with Ivan. Also, the 350's will not put out the heat of a 750. These amps are very rugged even though they run hot. I can only imagine how pure class A sounds through your Fenice. These amps run class A 100%. In addition, there is no capacitor bank lag with high current demand. The engineering is amazing. The Krell dogma was the larger the amp the better the sound. By employing 4 350's you are in effect doubling the size of the amp, achieving the equivalent of a 750 per channel with the benefit of bi-amping. I can't imagine what 6 350's (tri-amping) would sound like. It would be beyond me.

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Ok. Hehe. So that's a big YES I hoped you would answer like that.
I'm already looking for one more pair of 350mc.
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Carl, that's what I would do. I believe you will obtain a significant sonic improvement. You can consider tri-amping later. I am glad these amps are still available and the parts.

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Carl, that's what I would do. I believe you will obtain a significant sonic improvement. You can consider tri-amping later. I am glad these amps are still available and the parts.

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As you know my preamp is KRC-HR. It's not possible to use with two pair of poweramps but not without some kind of modification. KCT is built for bi-amping and also with the CAST option I think. That's for sure convenient.

Does anybody know how KCT sounds compared to KRC-HR? I like the KCR-HR and I will not risk any sound quality.
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Carl, it appears to be close to a toss up with the nod going to the KCT. There are some good discussions on the internet. You are fortunate that the KCT can be employed for bi-amping. The KCT has CAST.

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