iasomph wrote:is it possible to connect a speaker to channel 1 and a different speaker to channel 2? For example an Auratone to Channel 1, and a Reftone to Channel 2? And control their volumes indipendently with the two rotary knobs of the amp?
No problem at all. A 2 channel amp is exactly that - 2 channels. They *can* be used to power stereo speakers but they’ll be just as happy driving dual mono speakers. As long as each speaker falls within the rated impedance, then you won’t have any issues.
Some 2 channel amps can be used in ‘bridged’ mode, which basically turns the 2 channels into 1 more powerful channel - you don’t want to use this mode.
This would be bad for the speakers or for the amp since the two speakers are not the same?
Again, no problem
It could be a good way to drive both single speakers and test them, without the need of two separate amps.
Even better, if I connect each of the two amp channel inputs to different outputs of the Audient Nero controller (amp channel 1 to ALT 1 and amp channel 2 to ALT 2, and set the optimal gain reduction with the amp rotary knob for each of the two speakers, and set the monitor controller to play them always in mono), may I also decide which of the two speakers listen each time with just the touch of a button of the monitor controller, right?
Maybe this is just a crazy idea :P
Nope, not a crazy idea - it's what monitor controllers are for!
The only crazy idea I can see is wanting to use two different types of grotbox when one will suffice, especially as they’re variants of the same thing ;)