There are no listed spec's for 4 ohms in the manual, I saw a review that listed a 293 wpc @ 4 ohm spec for 2 channels driven, but never all 5.
Just curious if one of the many Carver guru's here knew what the numbers were. I have debated swapping my 705x for a Parasound model that lists 300 wpc all channels driven.
I haven't ever needed more horsepower than I have now, but I know from my M1.0t that the speakers I use can sap some significant power for transients and want to know what kinda power I got under the hood.
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