| Amir wrote:|
| ...connecting total 700w rms to PP3000 will decrease the ... dynamic range and the image is also a little smaller...|
I agree that these effects are typical of power capacity of a device. Although the PP3000+ is rated for 2700W RMS continuous, as with any audio device, nothing is black and white, so there will always be some effect even at lower power levels.
I hope it goes without saying that impedance mismatch should be evaluated in this setup as it may impact power transfer.
Having said this, with my PP3000+, I have not noticed these problems at all. However my unit was upgraded by Damien to use a L5-20R input connection, heavier gauge internal wiring and Furutech output connections. I have no idea if this makes any difference at all -- I do not have a "standard" PP3000+ to compare.
I seem to recall Romy also had some issues, and ultimately had some devices plugged in to his PP2000 and some not.
Rather than altering the PP3000+, my main suggestion would be to experiment with the devices you use with the PP3000+ to find the best sonic result.