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Posted: Wed Jun 27, 2007 12:35 am 
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Just wondering if anyone here knows much about Soundstreams range of amps. I currently have Tarantula splits up front (150 RMS) and Tarantula Coaxials in the parcel shelf (120 RMS) these are running on a Michelangelo 4 channel amp which is only rated at 85 RMS per channel. I would really like to get a new amp higher in the Soundstream range that has approx 200 RMS per channel so that I can run these speakers to their full potential. The thing is there doesn't seem to be too many amps (if any) that actually are rated at this that are 4 channel. Would I be better off looking for 2 X 2channel amps so then I would have an amp for front, amp for rear and amp for subs? If anyone can suggest an amp in the Soundstream range that I should look into it would help me out.




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Posted: Wed Jun 27, 2007 1:38 am 
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Probably easier to find 2 channel amps.... Soundstream do the Picasso PCA2.760 which is 220rms x2@4ohm, Tarantula TRA800.2 which is 200rms x2@4ohm or the Tarantula TRA1000.2 which is 250rms x2@4ohm.



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Posted: Wed Jun 27, 2007 9:11 am 
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If you can bridge your current amp, I would just run the fronts off it.



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