I have 10Ts driven by a Krell FPB 200c. So this amp puts out tons of current. If I recall the impedance of the Aerials is 4 ohms. With the Krell, at 4 ohms it puts out 400 w/c. This level of amplification and in class A is great with the 10T. Now if you EAD will do that, then you will be pleased. Just look to see what the wattage is at 4 ohms; if it doubles with the other channels being driven, then you are fine. I understand the 10T sounds even better with the Krell 600, but I can't hear those differences. I can tell you one thing, you will be way happier with the 10T than the 6. I was gonna go with the 7b, but the difference was just too awesome, so I bought the 10Ts and in rosewood too. Plan on biwiring. This setup rocks!!
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