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    What is a good power amp for monitoring?

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    I need to power my 4 ohm, 150 watt handling speakers.

    I just need a good image on which to hear my hip hop mixes.

    If any one still uses a power amp for their monitor speakers please give me a word. Thanks for looking at the post
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    Rotel, Bryston, Hafler. You can hardly go wrong with any of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MASSIVE Mastering
    Rotel, Bryston, Hafler. You can hardly go wrong with any of them.
    I cosign. But if your budget is limited, get an second hand 80's solid state Marantz, Sansui or Dual amp, they can do the job rather wel (better than cheap studio amps and they are rather neutral) and then you can save up to the bryston, hafler or rotel for the real good chain.
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