How about this?
👍 For Bryston. And no need to worry about gain because they almost all match each other. I have bi amped with Bryston 2B 3B and 4B with no gain issues at all. But if you still want it the pro models have the Gain controls. Not sure what the budget is but here is a very affordable and awsome combo.
2B LP mid and high freq
3B or 4B for low end freq
You can step up to the ST models but I didn't find too much difference.. My next step up will be to the SST2
X3 for $ though.
All the power you will ever need. And they are awsome amps. 20 year warranty. A few st's are maybe still under warranty and I think all sst's still have warranty.
The issue with the Schiit passive is the (relatively) low impedance, only 10 kOhms. Put in parallel with say, 20kOhms of another device and you are looking at a very low impedance.
If you were running a solid state preamp with 2 outputs, no problem. But with either passive or tube, this is an iffy combination.
Ok...here`s where I`m at right now.
I need to raise the input impedance of two amps, a subwoofer amp that has 10K input and the other amp that I want to use for the bass section has 12K input.
A buffer seems to be needed, so what`s out there that will do the job and are there any made with two inputs and two outputs ?