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  1. Power Output (6 ohm, 1 kHz, 10% 1ch Drive) 165 W At 6 ohm at 1 kHz at 10%THD with 1 channel driven I'd say so. Bill
  2. IMO, a true 120w/ch should be plenty. Hard to beat this for the price. https://outlawaudio.com/shop/index.php?id_product=50&rewrite=model-5000x-5-channel-amplifier&controller=product Bill
  3. @Johnny777, Welcome to the forum. IMO, as far as dedicated horizontally oriented center speakers go, the RC-7 would be "best, RC-3 next and so on. Yes, RS-7's best, then RS-3's. RB-5 bookshelf speakers would match almost perfectly but with rear ports you would have to get creative with mounting on wall. Bill
  4. On the left side of the diagram, is there a door opening? Bill
  5. I think it would be a wonderful match. Bill
  6. From what I have read and heard, REL is the standard for stereo/subwoofer integration with their proprietary cable system. Bill
  7. @Borlanges, Welcome to the forum. Without being too critical, you have some really nice floorstanders with the RP-8000F's and they deserve better power. Spring-clip connectors on A/V equipment usually denotes cheaper inferior gear. Until you get your system all planned out I am sure your AVR will do okay but if you expand bigger/better, get better quality power. Shop at A4Less and get yourself at minimum an upper midlevel AVR. I set the filter at $647 to $948. You can expand that filter if you want. https://www.accessories4less.com/make-a-store/category/avreceiver/home-audio/receivers-amps/home-theater-receivers/1.html?store_price[]=647-958 IMO, make sure it has at minimum stereo preouts if want to add an outboard amp later on. Bill
  8. Great sounding and reliable gear. Very well built also. Bill
  9. Due to my experience with the Denon PMA-1060's cousin the PMA-1080R and other Denon integrated amps from the 80's/90's, I say the Denon. Now as far as reason/reliability, the HK would make more sense because it is NiB. On second thought, I would get the Denon set. Bill
  10. I would hope considering you have or going to purchase the RP-600M's. Absolutely. Matching drivers in LCR is a good thing. I suppose if they were maybe 10 to 12 inch drivers. Bill
  11. I have my RS-35's mounted with the center of the horns at 77 inches from the floor. While seated in my recliner, that would be 34 inches above my ears. IMO, that is about perfect for my setup. Bill
  12. Get the Anthem. Rock solid reliable with a spot on neutral presentation. Bill
  13. Excellent high quality amp that is powerful and quiet as a mouse. The Anthem will feed your speakers very nicely with clean quiet power. No worries unless you get stupid crazy with the volume knob, which would apply also if you had an amp that only had 75w/ch. Bill
  14. My cherry pair arrived safe and sound from Tacoma, Washington to Kissimmee, Florida. It helped that @darylomer12 packed them to survive a bomb blast. Bill
  15. What brand and model are you speaking of? Bill
  16. I was not bashing your Sony AVR but you have this really nice setup(speakers, projector and screen) in a new HT room, don't skimp on the power. Feed these speakers with good clean power, not a bottom of the barrel entry level AVR. Save a bit more $$$ and then get something decent. IMO, a mid level AVR at minimum. As mentioned, spring clip terminals are usually a dead giveaway for a cheaply made audio electronics. Bill
  17. @R_Andrews, Welcome to the forum. What model did you order? Those power spec's may be a bit skewed. That 145w/ch is most likely measured with one channel driven, at one frequency, at 6ohms, and at closed to 1%THD. You are more likely to "blow" them with not enough honest spec's power. Bill
  18. That is an understatement. Selling my minty R-117 a few years back is my biggest A/V regret. I really can't remember if the remote had a mute function. Enjoy your new toy. Bill
  19. @Joe Carter, Welcome to the forum. I use it with all my natural cherry veneered speakers. It really does work on light scratches while adding a nice sheen. Bill
  20. @Speakerbox12, Welcome to the forum. It would be ideal to "match" with the RP500C but the RC52 may be just fine. You really don't know until you try. Did you mean the RC52 or the newer R-52C? Bill
  21. @TinaLW. Welcome to the forum. Looks like the Denon AVR-791 was mfr'd in 2010, the subwoofer(Sub 6?) looks to be part of the HD Theater 300 set which was around 2009-2010. Is this it or similar to what you have? Bill
  22. If it were me, I would step it up to at least the Yamaha 602 which does have a subwoofer pre-out. https://www.accessories4less.com/make-a-store/item/yamrn602bl/yamaha-r-n602-2-ch-x-80-watts-networking-stereo-receiver/1.html Or maybe even this Denon with HDMI. https://www.accessories4less.com/make-a-store/item/dendra800h/denon-dra-800h-2-x-100-watts-stereo-receiver-w/heos/1.html#!specifications Bill
  23. If the Integra DTM-7 is half as great sounding as the DTM-40.4 I had a few years ago, then it too is a winner. It drove my Heresys and Heresy 2s for quite some time and the combinations were incredible. Good luck with your sale. Bill
  24. @vsae, Welcome to the forum. Beautiful speakers. Good luck with your sale. Bill
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