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  1. So all this week i've been trying to find out about under powering speakers. There is a ton of info about over powering speakers but not much on the dangers or issues of under WATTing, <-- not a real word, speakers. I bought a pair of R-14Ms that fit well within my system specifications. I want to buy a pair of R-15Ms but the RMS is higher than the RMS of my AVR. Will it be OK or should I avoid purchasing these speakers and buy another set of R-14Ms? Here are the details: Small/Medium Room DENON AVR-S730H 75w - 165w MAX Klipsch R-15M 85w - 340w MAX If I can get a clear answer from a couple of you fellow Audiologists it will clear up questions about additional speakers I plan on purchasing. Thank you in advance!
  2. New To The Community Hello Everyone: I wanted to know if the Denon x3400h has enough to power my setup? Aside from the x4400h & Onkyo tx-rz820 are my other choices for receivers. If you have any other recommendations on receivers please do. As for my current build I have Fronts - 160m Center - 250c Sub - r-10sw Rear Surround - 240s I know you lose out on some channels on the Denon's or so I read something like that. I'm currently running a Sony str-1070dn as my receiver. I know it isn't the greatest but I found it for 120 bucks a while back. Thanks for everyone's time & advice.
  3. T W O WALNUT MONO BLOCKs TUBE AMPS { Craig Ostby's , NOS VALVES } V R D Mono Blocks (60 Watts each) * FOR SALE * -Original Owner- $ 1 8 5 0 includes a HEATHKIT IT-21 Tube Tester + ...and a 'shipload' of Tubes to roll ! + F R E E S H I P P I N G ! ...in ORIGINAL BOX SPECS : Walnut Chassis hand finished with 5 coats of Tung Oil Stainless Silver Top/Bottom and Rear plates 60 watts Ultra Linear/30 watts Triode switchable KT88 output tubes, Standard Full bias control per output tube with above-chassis test points and multi-turn controls 1.1V input sensitivity 100K input impedance AC balance control 1000V PS filtering for extended life 10H choke per amp All Triode front end, 12AX7 Driver, 12AU7 phase splitter, Direct coupled Tube Rectified 5AR4 Separate provisions for 4, 8, and 16 ohm speakers Valve Rollers Dream! The amps can run EL34, 6L6GC, 5881, 350B, KT66, KT88, 6550, KT90 and more (some tube choices require a 5U4GB rectifier tube) Phase splitter can be experimented with, using 12BH7 or st1:stockticker>ECC99 Input/Driver tube can use 12AX7 and variants Total Harmonic Distortion .06% @ 1 watt, .15% @ 5 watt, 1% @ Full-rated power 20Hz to 20KHz Dimensions 10 ¼” X 14” including speaker binding posts List Price $2339.00 ...but the first $1850 get everything I have the original Boxes to ship TODAY ! Just replaced the KT-88's three months ago ! Born2Rock@Comcast.Net / 281-469-1111 / Craig LeMay
  4. I have recently bought the Klipsch Home Theater RP-F280 system. I am planning to drive them using a Yamaha RX-V781. The speakers are 8 ohms and rated at 150w RMS/600w Peak while the Yamaha Amp delivers 95w RMS at 8ohms. Is it a good match? 95% of people told me it's ok but then came along a connoisseur and said that having a lot of head room will blow a tweeter or two at high volumes as the amp will struggle and send clipped wave forms that can damage or will probably damage my speakers. I really need some expert advise Thanks
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