Infinity 5761a to power an entire system (6 channel)


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Is it good to have only the infinity 5761a amplifier to power 4 Pioneer speakers with 80 watts RMS each at 4 ohms plus a sub (I will choose one with 300 watts RMS to go with the ampli)

The amplifier is 6 channel:
56W X 4 + 107W X 2 at 4 ohms

OR 80 W X 4 + 148W X 2 at 2 ohms

Is it good to plug the speakers and sub in the 2 ohms mode (and how do you do that, plug it in parallel?) or can it deliver a bad sound?

Or is it better to buy 2 separate amps, and why?

Do you have a sub to suggest me?

Thank you for your help

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Username: Infinity_addict

Santa Rosa, California USA

Post Number: 109
Registered: Jul-05
you wont be able to fully power yer components with that amp. i suggest finding a good class A/B amp for your components, and a seperate class D amp for your subs.

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Ok I think that's what I'm going to do but why I won't be able to fully power the components if they say the amp gives 80 watts RMS X 4?


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so if I have to choose a 4-channel ampli I have to get one with how many watts per channel

and I don't know what is components but I don't think my speakers are component.
It is this model: TS-D690R

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