I can't answer your question, but somethin' tells me the PBN Audio "whup-ass speaker" model was not made with set amps in mind. :)
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Well I ain't in PN's groupe of knowledge but I did own the EPS. That speaker may have what might appear to have a friendly 91/93 value---but the impedance drops to 3.8 and sucked big-time on the 2 set amps,I owned. Further; when I went to horns I could hear how congested the mid/highs were--(compared to--)Then I got Merlin mm---Lost most of the bass---sold them; got Wilson Soph 2's happy now. Good luck in your search.---Spend enough money/be an expert!?
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!! PLEASE KEEP THE INFO COMING IN! I'M JUST GETTING BACK INTO 2 CHANNEL AUDIO AND ALL THIS INFO IS REALLY HELPING ME TO MAKE A DECEISION ON WHAT SPEAKER TO PURCHASE. THE EQUIPMENT I'M USING IS;
MCINTOSH PRE AMP#2300, MC 275 AMP, VPI SCOUTMASTER, AND REPLACING 1960'S KLIPSCHORNS. I HAD NARROWED IT DOWN TO A CHOICE BETWEEN THE MONTANA'S AND THE DUNLAVY VI'S. NOW I'M LEANING TOWARDS THE DUNLAVYS. ALTHOUGH, I LIKE THE ASTHETICS OF THE WAS MUCH MORE, I JUST CAN'T JUSTIFY THE PRICE DIFFERANCE...
THANKS AGAIN, AND PLEASE, KEEP SENDING ANY AND ALL OPINIONS AND STAT'S AS THIS WILL EVENTUALLY MAKE MY DECEISION FOR ME!