In-wall B&W speakers


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Aug 10, 2019
I have a pair of Signature 7NT B&W in-wall speakers, and their technical specifications are the following: Technical features Audiofile-standard in-wall monitor Nautilus™ tube-loaded tweeter EQ Switch Description 2-way in-wall speaker system Drive units 1x ø25mm (1 in) alumminium dome tweeter 1x ø180mm (7 in) woven Kevlar® cone mid/bass Frequency range -6dB at 35Hz and 50kHz Frequency response 40Hz-25kHz ±3dB on reference axis Sensitivity 88dB spl (2.83V, 1m) Nominal impedance 8Ω (minimum 3.6Ω) Crossover frequency 3.5kHz Recommended amplifier power 150W continuous into 8Ω on unclipped programme Frame size 371mm (14.6 in) x 255mm (10 in) Cut-out size 337mm (13.3 in) x 220mm (8.7 in) Min depth req 98mm (3.8 in) from wall surface Net weight 3.0kg (6.6lb) Finish Semi-matt white suitable for customising or pre-painting (paint mask included) Accessories Pre-mount kit for new construction (PMK 800) Back Box (BB W8) Now I am looking for an amplifier, CD player and audio streamer, and I would to know if the AMPLIFIER Cyrus 6 DAC (SPECIFICATIONS Continuous Power - 50W/CH (into 4 Ohms) 40W/CH (into 8 Ohms) Burst Power - 190 W (IHF, one channel driven into 1 Ohm) Distortion - 0.003%, 1 kHz (into 8 Ohms) 0.004%, 1 kHz (into 4 Ohms) Frequency Response - -3 dB, 0.1Hz and 100kHz Damping Factor (1 kHz) - 150 Sensitivity (40W) - Line: 179mV Input impedance - 40kOhm (RCA). Output voltage - 179mV (Tape out), 360mV (Pre out) S/N Ratio - 104dBA (ref. 40W) Channel Balance - ±0.2dB (0dB to -63dB) Volume control accuracy - ±0.1dB (0dB to -63dB) Dimensions (H x W x D) - 73 x 215 x 360 (mm) Weight - 4.0 kg Finish - Quartz Silver or Brushed Black) I want to know if this amplifier would fit in with my speakers. And the Cyrus 8 DAC? If not, which brand and model fit with my speakers? Thank you very much.


Congrats with your in wall speakers. Your question can only be answered by one person; namely you.

What suits for your ears, doesn't mean it would be something I would like or vica versa.

Of course tips about amps can be helpful, but only as a guideline, you need to jugde it for yourself first.


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