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would the Onkyo tx-sr576 have a power to run the Klipsch RB-35, RC-35, RS-52 and the RW-12D. I am also looking at getting the Samsung LN46A750.

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Yes the 576 with 90w is enough power to do the job. My suggestion if you have not purchased it yet, get the 705. It can be found for 425 to 525 dollars. Not much more than the 576 and with pre-outs if you want to add an external amp later for more power.

Bill

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Yeah, unfortunately i have purchased the 576 however, i was thinking of bringing it back. I have everything wired into a closet and ran with a single 40 ft HDMI cable to my tv. i have the RSX-3s' right now, but a friend of mine wants them. I wanted to upgrade to RB-35s. Is there any other receiver around this price range from 500-800ish. I was looking at the Pioneer 91txh, but it only has two HDMI inputs. Where are you finding the 705 for that kind of price. I can't find them anywhere near that price?

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Amazon.com $513.23 free shipping, Onecall.com $519.00, Accessories4less.com 439.99 (factory reconditioned w/Onkyo warranty). If your budget will allow, step up even higher to the 805(130w,Burr-Brown DACs,dual push-pull amp,THX Ultra2). Probably the best bang for the buck out there($579.00 to $700.00).

Bill

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