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    Hafler amplifier

    Quote Originally Posted by rdgrimes View Post
    Anything with 200+WPC will be terrific. More is better if you have it, but the difference will be small and limited to pretty high SPL listening. The Hafler should do nicely.
    Awesome! Should be good to go then. Thanks

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    What powers your 250Ti's

    When I was using them as my main set up I used a set of McIntosh MC501's. Now my K2 S5800's are on those macs. The 250Ti's are now connected to a pair of McIntosh MC754's used as mono blocks!
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    Question for the L250 folks. What are your preferable positions for the adjustable level settings on the back? Thanks.

    And FWIW to be on-topic, I'm currently using a Yamaha MX-600U to power my L250s. I have a non-working MC2300 in my garage that I plan to use once I'm done restoring it internally.

    Edit: Just let the genie out of my MX-600U, so now I'm using my McIntosh MC502. Sounds great.
    Main: McIntosh C24 / MC7300, JBL L250; Others: L1, L20t3, L26, L40t3, L55, L75, L110A, 4412, L200B, Harkness, JBL/UREI 6260

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny_Law View Post
    Question for the L250 folks. What are your preferable positions for the adjustable level settings on the back? Thanks.

    And FWIW to be on-topic, I'm currently using a Yamaha MX-600U to power my L250s. I have a non-working MC2300 in my garage that I plan to use once I'm done restoring it internally.
    I'd leave them at flat settings, especially if you have EQ available in your audio stream. But its all about personal taste. I always found the 250 to be pretty flat in the mids and highs, assuming no serious room issues.

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