Originally Posted by atf104
So you're basing your system design strictly on what a manufacturer claims at 8 ohms and 4 ohms without even taking into consideration those numbers are always biased around 1kHz instantaneous figures?
The claims can be confirmed by bench testing. I know my amplifiers meet or exceed their advertised specs based conducting my own tests.
All amplifiers offer instantaneous (known as burst signals) figures however, the old amplifiers were not marketed using burst signals. This is why I asked if you can post the continuous average power on the largest Thrive amplifier produced in an 8 & 4-ohm load from 20 - 20,000 kHz or 1 kHz.
I believe it was you who recommended Thrive amplifiers after being very happy with them for around two years. Why are you so hesitant to post the continuous average power on the largest Thrive amplifier produced in an 8 & 4-ohm load from 20 - 20,000 kHz or 1 kHz?