Greetings to all of you Polk folk! I'm new to this forum and to Polk speakers and have some questions for those of you more experienced than I.
I recently celebrated my 40th B-day and was given a new Yamaha RXV-663 av receiver, very cool! I'll just start by telling you I'm new to the Polks but a long time sound NUT! Got the bug from my Dad at an early age... Aah, but I digress!
Anyway, got the receiver and proceeded to order myself the "dream system" I've been wishing for, for so long, within moderation mind you. I went with the LSI series speakers and now have some questions as to how to sufficiently power it all up! I've got the LSI center a couple of LSI 15's on the way for my fronts, and LSI FX's as my surrounds. Additionally I have a Def Tech Supercube 1 on it's way and a JBL PB-10 I'll be keeping around from my previous set up (I'll be going with a 5.2 configuration). Also, I have acquired some Marantz MA500 monoblock's that I would like to use however and wherever they will work best! This may sound like a lot but it's a rather large room I'll be working with.
Now, here's what I'm wondering, what would be the BEST way to power the LSI 15's with what I've mentioned? I've read every where how power hungry they (the LSI 15's) are and therefore they have become a concern to me. I realize there are many possibilities but I wanted to seek out the "best" method and thought I'd start here!
I really would appreciate your suggestions and would like to thank you in advance!
SO, bring on the suggestions!