Hello, I bought a pair of M700 mono’s to drive my VMPS RM30’s and the control and sound is nothing less than astonishing.
I have another system consisting of innersound electrostats (mk3 passive) that I am currently driving with a pair of class A mono blocks. I had heard that class D or digital amps have trouble driving electrostats due to the low impedance and particularly the type of load they present. However, I stumbled across an advertisement on an audio site claiming that there class D amps drive any load including stats.
This weekend, I thought I would give the M700’s a try on the electrostats. I wired, and powered up everything and all was fine. But, when starting to play music, one amp within maybe 10 seconds tripped out on its protection circuitry. I immediately shut everything down and put them back into the other system and both amps are fine.
So, I am assuming the the M700’s will not drive electrostatic speakers?