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    seccond star to the right and strait on to morning

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    i am looking for a carver amp dont know what size but i want one to drive my rear surounds
    what are the good models and whitch would be good tostay away from? like ones that have a hum or make noise when you shut them off?
    Gonzo's World
    BenQ 8700+
    115in screen
    PS3,X-Box 360 and Wii
    Sunfire Theater Grand III
    ADCOM GFA-7607
    four avalanch 18 subs 26.12l of displacement
    Crown xti 4000

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    lookin' for fava beans and a nice chianti



    I haven't heard a Carver that I haven't liked. Anything preceeded by an "m" is good, vingtage Carver, when Bob was at the helm. One of my carvers is the m0.5t at 140wpc and it will drive my inefficient DQ-10's very, very well.

    I plan for the future. - F1Nut

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    Beech Mountain, NC


    I have a TFM-45 (375 wpc/ 8 ohms) that does a great job with the SDA 1.2's. My ears give out long before the amp or the speakers do!:D
    Main System: Polk SDA SRS 1.2 Speakers, Sunfire Signature 600~two Amp, Carver C-16 Preamp, Carver TX-11b Tuner, Marantz 6350Q TT, Philips CDR-775 Recorder, Teac V-707RX Cassette Deck, Signal Cable Double Run Speaker Cable

    Upstairs Den: Marantz 2325 Receiver, Marantz 5220 Cassette Deck, Marantz HD-880 Speakers, Marantz 6370Q TT

    Exercise (Kabuki speaker) Room: Kenwood KR-9600 Receiver, Pioneer CS-99a Speakers, Sansui SP-X9000 Speakers (not pretty, but LOUD! :) )

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