Is there such a concept as a minimal power requirement to get a speaker to reproduce sound at an optimal level?
Here's where my question is coming from. I have a pair of RTI70 as main. Both are biwired with gauge 12. If I listen to music at a low volume and slowly increase the volume, there is a point where the sound suddentely change. Not sure how to phrase this but the sound become a lot richer at a specific power level.
So this is where my question is coming from. Is there really a minimal "power point" where the speaker would kick in and the sound would drastically change? Sorry for all my technical terms :) I am new to the realms of home theater.