B & O Redline Speaker (35) are great speakers but need a "Passive BeoLink Kit.

B & O Redline Speaker (35) are great speakers However I've just purchased the BeoSound 3200 player with 6000 speakers . I want to use the redlines in another room of he house.
Is there another way to amplifiy  them without the need to use the expensive BeoLink Passive kit?
The New  BeoLab speakers are powered directly.
Thanks Ken

NachoMahma7 years ago
. From what I could tell, the BLP is a remote control for the main stereo system plus an amplifier for the speakers. The "Passive" part of the name indicates that it is meant to work with unpowered speakers.
. I didn't find much technical info, but it looks to me as if the remote part would be pretty complicated and not something that could be put together with a few off-the-shelf parts.
. You can, however, drive the (passive) Redlines with any audio amp that matches their impedance (I didn't see the impedance spec anywhere, but I didn't search very deep).
.
. If you can afford a 3200 + 6000s, why are you complaining about the cost of a BLP? Heck, if you can afford anything with a B&O logo on it, why are you complaining about the cost of a BLP? :)