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    Default Good receiver for Monitor 65T?

    Amplifier Section Channel 7.2
    Rated Output Power (1kHz, 2ch driven) 110W (8ohms, 0.9% THD)
    Rated Output Power (20Hz-20kHz, 2ch driven) 95W (8ohms, 0.09% THD)
    Dynamic Power per Channel (8/6/4/2 ohms) 140/180/210/250W

    These are the specs for the amp in the Yamaha RX-V773. The Monitors are rated up to 200watts at 8ohms. It also has pre outs which is a plus. My listening habits are modest...I don't blow the windows out of the sill when listening to music. Think the receiver and speakers would work well with each other?

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    You will be fine as long as you don't work the Yamaha to hard. How big is your room?
    Speakers: SDA-1C (most all the goodies)
    Preamp: Joule Electra LA-150 MKII SE
    Amp: Wright WPA 50-50 EAT KT88s
    Analog: Marantz TT-15S1 MBS Glider SL| Wright WPP100C Amperex BB 6er5 and 7316 & WPM-100 SUT
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    Ofc: Wright WLA12 preamp: Anthem Amp 1: Pio Elite DV-79AVI: Airport Express: CAL Sigma II DAC: PA LS90 sonicaps and mills

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    Look for marantz receivers as well. Yamaha is also good ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thsmith View Post
    You will be fine as long as you don't work the Yamaha to hard. How big is your room?
    My room is roughly 20'x30'. That really is just a guestimate because my tape measure is conveniently misplaced.

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    I have been reading the polk education articles and I'm trying to figure out what wattage to keep in mind when playing music. I am definitely wanting pre outs for an external amp in the future. Looks like my only options for that feature is 7.1 at the least, which I will never use...yeah, I'm pretty sure of that. I have no need or want for that many speakers, but as a rule of thumb for 20-200 watt 8ohm speakers what is suitable wattage to look for? Anybody??

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