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    Default LSI15 & Pioneer SC65

    Hi, and tia to anyone who takes the time to answer. I decided to purchase the LSI15's on the Polk ebay site, will my avr have any problems driving them?

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    The SC-65 should drive them just fine. The SC series amp sections are, IMHO, the best AVR amp sections today.
    And of course, the SC-65 has pre-outs so that later on, when you REALLY want to hear what those amazing speakers are capable of, you can add a quality 2 channel amp to the mix.
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    i have a pair of LSi15s and am using a SC-67... I have no issues whatsoever.

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    Thanks for the reply ZLTFUL & jon cant wait to try them out. They will be replacing some monster slimline tower speakers bought with the last avr an onkyo tr606 which the SC-65 replaced.

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    I know it's an old thread.
    I have Adcom 555 and also SC-1522 side by side playing with LSi15 and to be honest, you will need to get a much better than Adcom equivalent AMP to get a significant better result than using a high output D3 AMP.

    So before anyone jumping to get a seperate amp when already own a good D3 amp receiver, shall think about how big the room and how much volume you will be playing.
    I compared both from sub -40 to reference to close to reference level, the SC-1522 actually make louder sound. the quality for treble, midrange not surprisingly no difference, (most owner found the obvious difference on the bass when using external AMP), the Bass was able the same tightness from Pioneer and Adcom.

    Noted: I didn't bridge the Adcom, but remember the LSi15 power rating is only to 250 watt, so there is no need to overdo.

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