Is bi-amping even supported by the 3.3's? I own the 3.0's and they just have a single pair of binding posts per speaker.
In any case, you'll get greatly improved performance by giving the Dyn's more juice. -Kirk
Talking from experience. I have tried bi-Amp and tri-amp for years. And, finally I am back with one bigger amp. To me, 1 amp is better than 2, 2 is better than 3. There are so many factors dictating successful bi and tri-amping such as active X-over, combatibilty of components, IC, speaker cables, etc. To be able to it all together to satisfaction could be a very demanding and time consuming job.
Thanks, everyone. I did mean using two SA100 MkIII as monoblocks. But it sounds like I'd do better to upgrade to the SA 250 Mk. IV. I have to say that the combination of the Audio Research REF 1 and the Plinius Amp is spendid. After about two years of buying, selling and demonstrating other components and cables, I'm very happy with this set-up. But you know what they say about reaching musical nirvana...