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Stereo Amplifier for Elac B6 or Dali Zensor 3

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reddysarvesh

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Hi everyone,

Recently I got suggestion from forum to buy Elac B6 or Dali Zensor 3 or wharfadale 225 to setup stereo system, Now I have to choose
a amplifier to suit above speakers, My options are Cambridge CXA60, Marantz 7005 and NAD c338. But in bangalore retailers are available
only for Cambridge. For Marantz and NAD I am not finding any one. Previous I had posted same question but I have not received my expected
answers. Please suggest me good amplifiers among these or apart from above, my budget is 50k - 65k.
 

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I would not look anywhere other than Marantz PM7005 (or any PM700x for that matter) amongst these Amps.

It is super musical and has enough muscle (60W in 8ohm @ 0.02% THD) to drive Elac B6 or Dali Zensor 3. (I would avoid Wharfedale 225 amongst these 3).
 
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reddysarvesh

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I would not look anywhere other than Marantz PM7005 (or any PM700x for that matter) amongst these Amps.

It is super musical and has enough muscle (60W in 8ohm @ 0.02% THD) to drive Elac B6 or Dali Zensor 3. (I would avoid Wharfedale 225 amongst these 3).
Any idea where can I buy it in Bangalore. I am not finding any retailers in Bangalore. I like this product because it is not made in china
 
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Contact DNI bangalore for Marantz and Music Ranch for NAD.

Alternatively, M using NAD C326BEE with Dali Z3, u can drop in for an audition with mutually comfortable time.
 
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Kannan

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The Debut B6 will seek power. Give it unadulterated 90 to 100 watts and it will kick in. The PM7005 and the Cambridge are fine enough.
You need to buy an amp that is stable at 4 ohms stereo. Though rated at 6 ohms nominal, 4 ohm stability is a safe bet
 
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