I'm trying to figure out how I'm going to set up my stereo & speakers. I'm currently running my pair of MK IV's with a PAS-3 and FM-3. To "complete" the set, I purchased a Quadaptor. I know it's not the best at developing a "true" quadraphonic sound (I hear it's better to do it at the line in level), but I love how it fits will the rest of the set.
I have two questions over implementation:
1). The instruction manual recommends the two mono blocks share a common ground. Is this something that can be accomplished by simply tying the two amp grounds together? I feel this will be difficult due to the size and small spacing of the terminal posts. Could I just ground them together by running a wire between chassis screws instead?
2). I am planning on running my AR-3a's for the front and AR-2ax's for the rear (thank you Roy for both!!!). Are the 2ax's overkill? I have a pair of AR-4x's that are also available for this application.
I'm working on designing a cabinet that should nicely incorporate each component, including the two digital voltmeters I use to monitor bias
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