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    Hello Everyone, I'm new to this and wanted to ask a question about what type of amplifer would you recommend for Paradym Monitor
    11's and 9's V6? I want to run 5 channel music and am trying to decide between an Outlaw 7500, Parasound Halo 5250 V2, or a different type that you would recommed for these high efficienty speakers?

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    St. Louis, MO, USA
    I would use the Parasound or another quality high current amp. The Paradigm are more efficient than most but still like some current to thump.

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    Springfield, Mo
    I used to sell Paradigm at a local high end shop in my home town and I have run them with Harmon, Acurrus, Adcom, and Denon and Yamaha receivers and they work rather well with most of these brands. the separates work better than the receivers for sure and the Adcom work the best that I have tried of the affordable stuff out there due to there clean non bright top end that does much better with the metal dome tweeters than some of the other brands out there. But Parasound may well be a good amp for them as it pairs up with other speakers like the Paradigm monitor series quite well.

    Marantz SR5008(HT)
    Nu Force P8 Preamp (2 channel)
    Pass Labs X150.5(2 channel)
    Adcom 545 mk2 power amp(rear channel amp)
    Spatial Audio M3 Turbo S Mains Speakers
    Dayton 8" HO custom sealed subwoofer(2 channel)
    Yamaha NS-c444 center channel
    Emotiva ERD-1 surround speakers
    JBL e250p subwoofer highly modified
    Samsung 46" LED TV
    OPPO BDP-83 blue ray/multi format player
    ps-audio NuWave dac (2 channel)
    Dell I660 music server running fidelizer windows 8 audio optimizer
    PS Audio Quintet power center

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