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Garth D. Cooke
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Hi, I have an Sansui  Audio Processor, model PC-X11. Is there any information available that can help me in the proper connection to other equipment and the purpose of the item? Thank You!

Keeper
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Originally Posted by Garth D. Cooke

Hi, I have an Sansui  Audio Processor, model PC-X11. Is there any information available that can help me in the proper connection to other equipment and the purpose of the item? Thank You!

It's possible to perform digital recording with PC-X11 and your VCR

You can find the brochure at http://gallery.bcentral.com/GID4884061-Shop.aspx?SearchString=pcx11&SearchButton=%26nbsp%3Bsearch 

quadgdiaz
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hi i need help with a pair of Infinity RS1b  reference series speakers, how do they need to be hook up,  do they  need to be bi-amped ????  any help will be greatly appreciated, i own other sansui stuff, all recaped by  Quadbob, thanks  Gerardo
BeatleFred
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You dont say anything about where you got the speakers from. And you also didnt say which Sansui amplifiers you have, so its difficult to try and answer your questions without enough information.

 

The RS1B's are 4 sets of speakers (two of which are the bass towers).  Clearly, these are audiophile level speakers, not something for the "casual" listener. I would think if you bought them, you would be aware of that. Or, the seller of those speakers would make it clear to you on what their power requirements are.

 

The RS1B's absolutely need alot of power. Unless you have a Sansui BA-5000, I dont think any other Sansui model is going to be strong enough  to be able to drive them.

 

You should really ask other RS1B owners for their opinions.  Best place would be the Infinity message board at Yahoo, of which I am a moderator:

 

http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/InfinityClassics/

 

Another excellent site which has a forum is:

 

http://www.bobbyshred.com/infinity.html

 

 

Gerardo Diaz
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Originally Posted by BeatleFred

You dont say anything about where you got the speakers from. And you also didnt say which Sansui amplifiers you have, so its difficult to try and answer your questions without enough information.

 

The RS1B's are 4 sets of speakers (two of which are the bass towers).  Clearly, these are audiophile level speakers, not something for the "casual" listener. I would think if you bought them, you would be aware of that. Or, the seller of those speakers would make it clear to you on what their power requirements are.

 

The RS1B's absolutely need alot of power. Unless you have a Sansui BA-5000, I dont think any other Sansui model is going to be strong enough  to be able to drive them.

 

You should really ask other RS1B owners for their opinions.  Best place would be the Infinity message board at Yahoo, of which I am a moderator:

 

http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/InfinityClassics/

 

Another excellent site which has a forum is:

 

http://www.bobbyshred.com/infinity.html

 

 



hi BeatleFred

i got the speakers from a local widower, i got the whole package, 3 power amps a infinity crossover a pre-amp too. but you are right, this are not the type of speakers for a regular joe,  i just wanted to heard them before they go,  this is what i got

1 Adcom   GFA 5500 power amp
2 Sony TA-N80ES power amps
1 Sony  E9000ES pre-amp
1 Sony DVP-C670D 5 DVD changer
1 Sony K890ES  cassette deck
1 Infinity Reference Standard crossover
1 pair (4) infinity RS1b  speakers

quadbob may swing by  sometime next week to see if we can hook them up,
thanks will check the sites to get some info to play with them    Gerardo
BeatleFred
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Hi Gerardo:

 

If Q-Bob is nearby, then Yes, I think its a good idea if he comes over to visit you and check out the amps you have and see if they would be enough for the RS1B's.

 

I dont know what condition your speakers are in, but if they were well-maintained, and all the drivers (tweeters, woofers, etc..) are functioning, you should have no trouble selling them if that is your intention.  If thats what you do, I imagine the best way to sell would be to someone who can come over to you directly and pick them up, so that you can avoid all the work and risk of packing & shipping them.

 

B/F

Gerardo Diaz
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hi  Beatlefred,

i just pick up a pair of infinity RS4b, they need work, but will this kind of speakers work on a quad set up ?????? thanks  Gerardo
 

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