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  1. Tommy39

    RF260

    Hi, I am new to the setup of my home theatre system. I have an AV receiver Yamaha A1060, RF260 floor standing speakers, RP250C, R14-S surround, R-10SW. I was so careless that I didn't remove the jumpers when doing a bi-wire. While doing the YPAO with a mic on the Yamaha, the AV receiver shuts down when it was half way doing the calibration. I didn't realised it was the jumpers, the receiver was showing "Check SP wire". I did the YPAO a few times (The receiver shut down a few times). I just wanna to ask if I had damaged my RF260 speakers or its internal components? Thanks.
  2. Hello all. So I recently bought the RC-64 and have come to a point where I need to make another configuration decision while re-architecting my center channel space; eg, hole still open for upgrade. So, the RC-64 has a 99dB sensitivity which provides 117dB@64watt or 120dB@128watt. My receiver has 110watt/channel(7ch) enough to power the center speaker to put out 117-120dB range. My receiver is capable of bi-wiring the front speakers, using front and rear-surrounds, but it does not say about the center. Since I'm using a dedicated 50watt amp for my front La Scalas, can I still use the freed front left and right channels to power/bi-wire my center? Thoughts and suggestion is much appreciated. Thanks! jav
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