Yes, I read your earlier posting and know that the LSi series being a 4-ohms being one of the factors in your case.
How were you going to use a dual LSi7 or LSi9 as the center speaker? Would you have used a splitter from the Center Output from the Receiver? I am just curious; not that it would matter to either of us at this point.
My Amplifier is my faithful Outlaw Model 7700 7-Ch. 300 wpc simultaneously driven with a THD of 0.03%; I thought of getting an Emotiva instead at the time of purchase, also 3 years ago, but the Emotiva amplifier models that I wanted at the time was out of stock. I am glad that I had gotten the Outlaw instead because of that circumstance, because the reason that I wanted Emotiva at the time, instead of Outlaw, after comparing the two companies amplifier specifications, I thought that Emotiva had a better, or higher wpc; but I only found out later that their Rated Power Bandwidths was just at 1kH, and were not the full 20Hz-20kHz as was the case for the Outlaw model; now the Emotiva's website changed the settings to the Full 20Hz-20kHz as well, but their THD is 0.1% vs. Outlaw's lower 0.03%; both with the same rated 300 wpc @4 ohms . Pricewise, you can get the Emotiva at somewhat lower price of $1700 vs. Outlaw's $2150.