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    Hi all, Any opinion on using Manley Snapper tube amps on a 4350 upper half?, thanks

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    I would think it should work great. Many people use Mcintosh MC275VI for the upper in stereo which is about 90 watts RMS older MC275s a little less.. You need a processor of some type. I use an Electro-voice DX38 with my 4345s. McIntosh 275VI upper and MC2500 lower. I have a friend with a set of 4350s and he uses a single MC275VI for the uppers and a set of MC601 monoblocks for the lowers and an Ashley processor. He likes my Electro-voice better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KTG View Post
    Hi all, Any opinion on using Manley Snapper tube amps on a 4350 upper half?, thanks

    Generally speaking any tube amp would do well with the upper part of 4350, tube amps shave off the rough edges of 2440 at higher volumes, the main problem with stock 3107 crossover.

    Vahe

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    Thanks, will look into the EV.

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