I'm about to purchase a pair of IB1s and an IB1-Centre and had planned on getting a 6B-SST to drive them.
Then came along the the 875HT and I figured 3 pairs of channels bridged for the front/centre speakers and the remaining channels for my rear speakers would do nicely.
However, I have since read that (in general) bridging amps like this is not recommended for low impedance loads and that I am almost certainly better off sticking with a 6BSST over an 875.
I'm in the UK and getting an 875 to audition is a little tricky at the moment (they're a bit rare here)
Any thoughts ?