Carver Silver 9T's for sale

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Re: Carver Silver 9T's for sale

Post by james » Sun Dec 28, 2008 11:11 am

1 have kappa 9 spreakers an need something to drive them what do you think

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Re: Carver Silver 9T's for sale

Post by Reese » Sun Dec 28, 2008 11:50 am

James,
If you're referring to the Silver 9t amplifiers that were for sale (this thread) they were sold according to the post by gmwt on the previous page, back in November.

But in general terms, those amps or the Silver 7ts will power pretty much anything, IMO

And welcome to the forum - you ought to post an introduction in the "New to the Forum" topics!

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Re: Carver Silver 9T's for sale

Post by james » Sun Dec 28, 2008 1:23 pm

thanks for reply i will be looking for these amps or sunfire 600 any leads?

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Re: Carver Silver 9T's for sale

Post by BillD » Sun Dec 28, 2008 2:17 pm

Or, you could try TFM-75s, unless you're driving amp killers like Kappas. In that case, the monoblocks, while powerful for normal listening, will hold up well when the impedance drops to the sub 2 ohm level. something that requires 200 watts at 8 ohms requires 1600 watts at 1 ohm (40 amps!)
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