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    Default Matching AVR RTi 10

    I have recently purchased RTi 10/FXi3/PSW404/CSI3 and going to use it with Onkyo 804. Is anybody using this combination? as per technical details of both there should not be any problem.

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    matching help

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    I'm using a very similar setup, I have the Rti10's, CSi5, FXi5, and a velodyne dps12 subwoofer. I'm using the Onkyo 803, and everything sounds good in my room! =) However, I still have been debating on buying a seperate amp to see if I could tell a huge difference with the extra power to the rti10's. You should like your setup.

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    A separate amp, at least for the fronts will really open them up.

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    I have same setup but with RTI12 's added a earthquake cinenova7 and now the more I raise the volume the better they sound big difference cristal clear sound

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    Quote Originally Posted by crd2002
    I have same setup but with RTI12 's added a earthquake cinenova7 and now the more I raise the volume the better they sound big difference cristal clear sound
    Are you biamping your 12s or just running them off your power amp?
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    I run all speakers from the amp only nothing from the onkyo

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    I'm close to that setup...804, Rti8s, CSi3, old surrounds for now. From what I've read, Onkyo amp fans will tell you they're a good match for Polk speakers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bringit167 View Post
    I'm using a very similar setup, I have the Rti10's, CSi5, FXi5, and a velodyne dps12 subwoofer. I'm using the Onkyo 803, and everything sounds good in my room! =) However, I still have been debating on buying a seperate amp to see if I could tell a huge difference with the extra power to the rti10's. You should like your setup.
    I'm running almost the same setup but with the Velodyne DLSR-15 Sub and the Pioneer Elite VSX72-TXV receiver. It replaced an older Onkyo and really opened up the Polk's.

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