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I have the klipsch reference line set up. R 34c for my center and r-820f for my towers. Are there any amps you all recommend to power these for home theater? Currently have emotiva basX line pushing them center getting 80 watts and the towers getting 150 watts. 

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4 minutes ago, mrjay12 said:

thanks. I have no problem with my current amps but still fairly new to amps and I hear I should be giving them more power. i dont know just looking to get more options and insight. 

Welcome to the Forum. The first thing I would do is get an SPL meter or App and see how loud you are listening to material now and gage if you want it louder when it starts to distort. Fwiw, I'm not familiar with your amps but it seems like it should generate enough power to drive you speakers quite loud in a decent size room. 

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23 minutes ago, mrjay12 said:

thanks. I have no problem with my current amps but still fairly new to amps and I hear I should be giving them more power. i dont know just looking to get more options and insight. 

 

If you aren't hearing any distortion at the highest volumes you listen at you don't need more powerful amps. 

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32 minutes ago, mrjay12 said:

thanks. I have no problem with my current amps but still fairly new to amps and I hear I should be giving them more power. i dont know just looking to get more options and insight. 

You have plenty of power already.

Your Klipsch are highly efficient and needs not alot... enjoy!

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My first suggestion would be to get a sub. This allows you to use a crossover on your fronts and redirect the low frequency’s to your sub.

This results in more headroom for your amp and thus more power for your speakers.


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