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  1. I have recently purchased two rf82-ii and a rc-62ii. They look great and they seem to sounds great, but the question I have is if I am using too old/bad of a receiver for them. I have a Yamaha HTR-3063. I know that it only does 100 watts/channel and the rf82-ii has a 150 watt rms, but I have them in a fairly small, 750 sqft apartment so I do not run them loud. I am just worried that I have my nice new speakers, but am not really getting the quality out of them that I could because of my home theater in a box receiver. Additionally, I am not immediately sure of what specs I should really be looking for in a new receiver if it is determined that I need one. My TV is just a standard 60" 1080p Sony, so I am not worried about video quality, nor am I worried about streaming connectivity. I am currently thinking strictly audio quality. Some songs have really sounded amazing on them, and others have sounded fairly the similar to my former budget bookshelf speakers. Any and all help is appreciated! Thank you in advance!
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