I am very close to pulling the trigger on a BHK 250. But first . . .
I want to continue to use my P5. Right now the system is using ~400 watts, less than half of what the P5 can produce. My amps theoretically use 190 WPC, so the BHK might use more, but I think I should be OK. I realize a P10 might sound a little better, but I’ve got the P5 in place. Any problem here?
What do you put under the BHK amps? Twenty years ago I bought a pair of Target amp stands. I have no idea of the model number now; they are a steel frame with an MDF board in the center; the MDF is 18" x 14". (Maybe some of you remember those.) I think the frame would handle the BHK’s weight. But in each corner there is a small triangle of steel, welded (I suppose) to the frame, with a leveling screw poking up to support the board. I am not confident that those triangles would stand up over time. The MDF is already distorting from the weight of a 45lb amp.
I’m thinking maybe of a wooden platform like those from Mapleshade. What else has worked well for folks here, both structurally and sonically?