Originally Posted by SPLEclipse
My receiver is a 7.1 Onkyo and it's very nice, and incredibly loud, lol.
Also...I agree with Raptor. You need a separate amp to power the sub(s) if that is what you intend to use them for. the ".1" output in almost every receiver is NOT powered. I think parts express is having some sales on Dayton plate amps.
he means that each tower speaker has 2 15" woofers in them.
Think of it like this:
A reciever is like a car audio HU.. they power most speakers fine but when u start getting up to components, large midbass speakers, ect u need to run them off of a seperate amp to provide them with the power they need to sound good.
a speakers rms power rating means more than just what the speaker will take power wise constantly... if u under power them to much they cant make a smooth transition from one frequency to another which effects sound quality, clarity and robustness (bass included)
look into something like a Crown amp
wait ur not talking about those cheapo cabinet speakers u can get at Rent A Center with the 2 15's per cabinet are you? lol
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