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    Default 255c-LS, 265-LS and 65-LS - How much power do I need to run these speakers properl?y

    I have a Pioneer 1120k receiver but I'm not certain it would be up to the task of driving an in-wall set of 5 LS series speakers properly. Is this true? Should I go with the Rti or other series?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stangjason View Post
    I have a Pioneer 1120k receiver but I'm not certain it would be up to the task of driving an in-wall set of 5 LS series speakers properly. Is this true? Should I go with the Rti or other series?
    All those LS in-walls are rated at 8ohms rather than the 4 the other LSi's are. So you might be fine running off a AVR rather than dedicated amp.

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