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    Default 5 Watt amp for Monitor 40's - enough ?

    I have a pair of monitor 40;s, and was thinking of building one of the DIYAUDIO amps

    http://www.diyaudio.com/store/amplif...ca-bundle.html

    This Nelson Pass amp is 5 watts ... has anyone driven the M40's with a small amp like this ? (I am currently using a 50 WPC parasound, which is more than enough.
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    I have heard nothing but good things about those Amp Camp Amps!

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    THX - Yes indeed... it is supposed to be 5wpc pure class A , and the build guide, written by Nelson Pass, is very clear and straightforward.
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