Original published specs from Bryston identify the 4B ST rated at 250 watts/channel stereo @ 8 ohms, 400 @ 4 ohms, and 800 @ 8 ohms bridged to mono. The 7B ST monobloc was rated at 500 watts/channel @ 8 ohms and 800 @ 4 ohms.

What's output of 4BST convereted to mono?

What's beter using two 4BST's or 7BST rated at 500 (bench cloder I think to 600) or goiing wiht stereo 14BST if one is after mopst watts per dollars?Also anyone know where one can get to sensitivity swich and this something a consumer should try and find and change?Where is switch and is it it easy to switch to higher imput sensitivity if it is factory or user set at lower number?Any signal degredation i.e more distortion overall if one is using pre-amp anod source which I think fall into standard ouptut voltage ranges (a Mac 712 pre-amp fed by a Proceed player/DAC.

Thanks

Chazz

Thanks

Chazz

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