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Would you recommend using your amplifiers in a fully active system?

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Absolutely. While bi-amping separates each channel (left and right), and each register (bass and treble), a fully active system goes one step further by removing all of the frequency selective components (the network), inside the loudspeaker. Three major advantages result: -

The "lossy" components of the network are removed, together with the wide tolerances that these large components can have.

The loudspeaker coil can now be driven directly from the very low output impedance of the amplifier, ensuring far better damping and motor control of the drive unit.

Individual level and frequency adjustments of the two registers are easier to achieve, allowing a much better tailoring of the particular room (probably the most important component in the audio chain), to the system.