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  1. There isn't a problem The manual says "4 to 16 ohms dependant on switch positions" I just like to know in what position to set the switches for 4, 8 or 16ohm
  2. "4 to 16 ohms dependant on switch positions"
  3. Great pic David , whats the turntable, looks like a Sansui ?
  4. It is 4 to 16 ohm its just the switch position thats confusing me
  5. Really confused now the manual says highest impedance as -6db and pi (switches to the left)
  6. So David, your photo shows the switches all to the right position so 4pi and 0db are 4ohm , thanks , was getting confused lol
  7. So the three level control switches , bass pi 2pi 4pi , mid and high -6db -3db 0db actually change the impedance so 4ohm is pi / -6db I thought they were all about sonics or is impedance sonics Sorry new speakers for me Thanks to all for your help
  8. Thanks, yes been looking at vintage Japanese amps just dont know how much power is needed and wether I need to get an amp that has speaker outputs that will serve 4ohm speakers
  9. No phono input , is 35w into 8ohm per channel enough to power AR10s ? Consensus seems to say they are power hungry ?
  10. And finally back in , thanks to all for the advice
  11. Thanks , but really after something a bit more vintage , and not needing any of the digital parts , streaming usb etc of a Vena , my main usage would be vinyl
  12. help needed on choosing an integrated amp that will go with my newly acquired AR10s , any recommendations appreciated I'm in the UK looking to spend up to about 500 on a second hand amp and a bit confused as to what to choose especially with the 4 to 16 ohm impedance of the AR10s
  13. Only have the standard one , the Phonomac from what I gather is vastly improved with different bearings etc and at some cost I believe if they re still making them
  14. Some lovely tonearms and yes totally agree with you , especially if you like vinyl I've tried many tonearms but just have a love for how AT arms perform , fwiw its an AT1100 in the pic with their heavier counterweight and S shape (detachable) arm tube and a detachable headshell which at 67 years old I'm finding pretty essential nowadays when it comes to fitting new cartridges !
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