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Posted by Erden on October 31, 2004 at 09:15:44:
In Reply to: X991DG posted by LLM on October 28, 2004 at 04:05:12:
Au-X911DG is equivalent to AU-X701, or -607 models, thus they are 2x100w RMS.
I have extensive experience with various Sansui amps and Dynaudio bookshelf speakers, and I must say: it all depends of the speaker models you're planing to buy:
1. If you're planing to buy lower range Dyn (e.g Audience 50/52) - then you will no regret. Very good combination, the speakers can be drive almost at any level. Here you can achieve the best "jump factor" of all.
Im my opinion best buy for your amp
2. The Contour 1.3Mk2 (older serie) is tough load for X911 DG. You can drive them only at modest level. The 1.3SE are much easier (6 Ohms nominal) and can be drived better than standard Mk2, but not too much.
3. The new Contour range spekers (e.g S1.4) are pretty much impendance corected and benign, with no drops below 4 Ohms and no big phase shift. I have not direct experience with this model, but I have Confidence C1, but I know both range are pretty much the same in this respect.
4. Special 25 - are in between. Not easy, but with sensitivity of 88dB/1W, sounds louder.
Anyway, in any case, the combination Dyn/Sans sounds realy great.
All above combinations were examinated with Sansui AU X701, 901, and AU-alpha707DR (equivalent to X901).
Hope this helped
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