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    Default crs+ wattage

    Can the CRS+ handle a 200 watt /ch at 8 ohms yamaha power amp? tks for any input.

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    As long as the amps are not driven to full power and the amps produce clean, undistorted power, you won't have any problems.

    I have used a Yamaha MX-1 (200 wpc @ 8 ohms), a Yamaha MX-1000U (260 wpc @ 8 ohms), and an Adcom GFA-5500 (200 wpc @ 8 ohms) with my CRS+'s.

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    They are rated for 10-200 wpc.
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    thanks guys

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    They work very well at 375 watts per channel driven fairly hard.
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    Similar to the others....

    Mine work well with 250watts. Even when pushing them a bit. They rather like it!

    Put it to 'em and enjoy!
    polkaudio speakers: SDA-SRS-2.3 (modified) SDA-2B SDA-CRS+ RT3000p CS400i LF-14 Monitor 7B

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