yeah makes sense my amp doesnt have a lot of headroom just using what i have now till i get a better amp...Personally I think the amp they’re paired with does make a difference.
Way back I had the supposed ‘holy grail’ Yamaha power amp. (On extended loan) It was actually a very good amp.
When that had to be returned I tried various different amps. I settled on two favorites.
One was, believe it or not, a home stereo receiver which was excellent. A 79 Kenwood KR 9400 @120 watts RMS per channel. I’d just set everything flat and it was great. Still have it.
The other is a Bryston 3B which is a great amp that I’m still using to this day with the NS10s.
I could be wrong, but I think the Yammies do best paired with an amp that has tons of headroom.
I also think if one is going to use them, it’s crucial to listen to a lot of excellently recoded, mixed and mastered CDs through them. One of my favorites is Tom Petty’s wildflowers.
With someone unfamiliar with them, not being able to hear the bass properly will lead to turning it up. And then anywhere else you’ll have too much.
Again, get to know them with good well done material.
they sounded great through vinyl
sound like there going to explode with my computer if i turn up too high though
so i keep the volume lower and they just sound a little too bassy
i thought they would sound like a can of bees the way evryone described them online...
very thats why i like to try things myself and not take other peoples word