Looking at another post about bi-amping I have a question..
I have a Denon 3313CI 7 channel receiver and thought about grabbing a UPA-500 that's 80 WATTs a channel and I could use it to bi-amp between the receiver and the Emo.. So I would end up with 80 watts to a set of posts and like 100 watts from the receiver to the other set of posts per channel.. So ruffly 180-200 watts per speaker that way "Cheap"
Or I could just bi-amp the front 3 channels (LSiM705s and 706c) with the UPA-700 for 160 watts per channel for the fronts and let the receiver power the surrounds (LSiM703s) at 125 watts each?
Or would it be best to just grab a XPA-5 and be done with it? That one will take awhile before I could afford it.. or a XPA-3.
Any idea what the wattage per channel i'm getting off my Denon 3313CI using 5 or 7 channels?