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  1. Copied this from Sony's site. This is how I have the 2-channel set up.
  2. Thanks Youthman. Funny thing is that I haven't come close to full volume and I know the RF's will take anything that I throw at it. BTW, Impressive list of audio equipment.
  3. Again, I've also heard the same about adding an amp, and that I wouldn't benefit from the addition of the 5000. The RF's are by far the best sounding speaker that i have ever heard/owned, I guess I want to see how if there is anything that I could do to make them even better.
  4. They are Bi-apmed. I read that you can get greater sound using that method, but have also read that it doesn't really make that much of a difference.
  5. First time posting, so apologies for mistakes or poor posting etiquette. I purchased the RF-7ii speakers and matching RF-64 ii center channel a few months back, it was my first time "investing" in speakers. I'm always owned klipsch speakers; towers, bookshelf, computer, earpods, etc. My current set-up is a sony STR-DN1070 AVR pushing about 165 watts per channel. The RF's are bi-amped. I've been very happy with the sound and clarity of my set-up, I have a smaller apartment currently, and purchased the RF's to force me to buy a house... With that said, would adding an Outlaw 5000 amp to the set-up make any difference? I understand that adding an amp to anything will make it sound better, but is it a noticeable difference? If so, could you share your experience? The 5000 is currently $599.00 and from the reviews that I've read, it is a great amp for the money. Thank you in advance for taking the time to read this. Steve
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