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    Q1-3500D1 too much for X10's?

    Im scared the Q3500 will be too much for a pair of X10's my electrical will hopefully stay in the 14's high 13s. Should i jist power them with the Q2200?

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    Re: Q1-3500D1 too much for X10's?

    Just keep it a clean signal and you should be fine with the 3500.

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    Re: Q1-3500D1 too much for X10's?

    Use gains conservatively

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