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Username: Mike_anthes

Canton, SD USA

Post Number: 73
Registered: Aug-04
hey guys i need a nice stereo reciever in the neiborhood of 2-3 hundred US dollars...i am putting a pair of klipsch rb-35 bookshelf speakers on it and i want to have a sub for it to a klipsch audio rw-10...im new to all this, but i heard the klipsch speakers and i like they way they sound when broken in...thanks...
 

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Username: Mike_anthes

Canton, SD USA

Post Number: 74
Registered: Aug-04
o yea it needs to be about 125-150 rms per channel...thanks...
 

edster922
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Look at the HK3480, it's got 120wpc and Jr.com has it for around $300 I think. 120wpc from HK should be a very conservative rating and you'll get awesome sound quality...I almost bought one myself but opted for a multichannel receiver instead.
 

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Username: Touche6784

Post Number: 119
Registered: Nov-04
just wondering why it has to be between 125 and 150 wpc.
 

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Username: Mike_anthes

Canton, SD USA

Post Number: 75
Registered: Aug-04
because thats the rms rating on the speaker...i want to get the most out of them...
 

edster922
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not sure if that's really necessary, I think if your amp/receiver puts out at least 60% of the RMS rating of the speaker you should be fine.

Also keep in mind that lots of receiver manufacturers inflate their rms ratings. HK, along with Marantz, is known to not be one of them.
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