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    The NAD 773 is outstanding

    I did audition the NAD 773 at a friends home and it's quite an awesome sounding Receiver easily capable of handling very low ohm speakers and....it sounds awesome running the LSi9's. What I noticed...
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    I do thank you all for the feedback

    Yes, I think, after reading your responses, I may be looking at separates (5 channel power amp). I'm not too pleased with the receiver I have. My price range will be between $2,000 and $3000. My...
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    I need a little feedback please

    I own a Pair of Polk LSi9's and a LSi Center Channel and LSi Surrounds and two 15 inch Subwoofers. I am extremely pleased with the sound that I am getting from the LSi's. These speakers are all rated...
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    I could use a little feedback please

    I own a Pair of Polk LSi9's and a LSi Center Channel and LSi Surrounds and two 15 inch Subwoofers. I am extremely pleased with the sound that I am getting from the LSi's. These speakers are all...
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    No you won't fry your receiver using an Active...

    No you won't fry your receiver using an Active Subwoofer (Power Amp built inside of the subwoofer incloser.) You could always add a subwoofer at any time. How much money do you intend to spend?
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    Agreed. An 8ohm speaker will be an easier load...

    Agreed. An 8ohm speaker will be an easier load but your Yamaha, as you stated, is rated to carry a 4 ohm load therefore you shouldn't have any problems at all using any LSi speaker model. As for the...
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    You will definitely get your money's worth from...

    You will definitely get your money's worth from the LSi's. I own a pair of LSi9's (Main Speakers), LSiC (Center Channel), and a pair of LSiFX's (Back Surrounds) and the sound stage and the over all...
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    I have a 100 watt surround sound receiver (DTS,...

    I have a 100 watt surround sound receiver (DTS, 5.1, etc.) and it's rated to carry a 4 ohm load and I have no problems at all using the Polk LSi's. I am able to play the LSi's loud with no...
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    All speakers, regardless of "make" demand at...

    All speakers, regardless of "make" demand at least a "decent" receiver or separates in order to get the "most" out of them. Now, 4 ohm speakers require a "decent" receiver or separates that can...
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    I agree with LuSh, ...

    I agree with LuSh,
    NAD would be an outstanding starting point. NAD Receivers can easily carry a 4 ohm load with authority! NAD is well worth the money! I have an old...
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    Old Writer, I general have bad...

    Old Writer,
    I general have bad results using all of the sound contour controls (Bass, Treble, equalizer, etc.) set to a "null" position (off). This is what had happened with my Sony...
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    A superb receiver that can in-fact be used with...

    A superb receiver that can in-fact be used with the LSi Series Speakers with superb "authority of sound" would be a NAD T730. It can easily carry a 4 ohm load and it does it very nicely with...
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    If your speakers sound very thin and tinny then...

    If your speakers sound very thin and tinny then pehaps you should look at how your tone controls are set and if your receiver does in-fact have proper sound controls (bass, treble, etc.) as an...
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