This is my first post here but I have been lurking for awhile and learn a lot from the discussion in the forum. I am also new to home theater setup so I got a lot to learn (but I LOVE the sound of it!!!)
Something that still puzzle me is the volume rating on the AV receiver in -Db notation. How does this work exactly? I didn't see any discussion on this topic. Is there any article that I could read to understand this better?
Here's the specifics questions that I am trying to figure out. My receiver is rate 75W per channel (6.1). The volume goes down to -100Db (which is mute). Is that thing a linear scale??? Does this means that at 0db, I should expect 75w per channel? -50db 35Watts? -75Db 18 watts?
Thanks for any info,
my setup: front rti70 (large), csi30(small), surrond Rti38(large), sub Cht-10 (xover at 65), AV Yamaha htr-5560.