For solid state amps, I don't see a problem--I currently use only one channel of each of my Sonogy stereo amps for bass, solely because of space/wiring considerations, and the amps have been fine. Tubes, though, are different, as I believe they need to "see" a load. Perhaps someone more technically oriented than I can chime in.
Rcprince (Reviews | Threads | Answers | This Thread)
I asked this same question not too long ago. I am using three channels of a 5 channel Conrad Johnson MF-5600 amp without any problems. I called Conrad Johnson and they said this was perfectly acceptable. There is no need to attach a load to the speaker terminals as long as there in no signal connected to the corresponding input.
Mchd1 (Threads | Answers | This Thread)
Just one more 1/2 an amp user. Been doing it for a center speaker,just fine.--Yes it is a ss amp.
Avguygeorge (Threads | Answers | This Thread)
Thanks for your responses. Sound's like I'd be OK. The amp is a solid state Llano 200-S. Again, greatly appreciated. Scott
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