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  1. mjcmt

    Is Yamaha RX-V681 powerful enough?

    My Dynaudio L/R only are 86 db and require a bit of power so adding a third may be pushing it. I have no interest in 7 speakers in our townhome's living/dining area and I can't image my AVR driving 7 86db speakers to satisfying levels. To add, I have no interest in not using the Dynaudio Emit...
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    Is Yamaha RX-V681 powerful enough?

    It's recommended to always use the 8 ohm setting because the 6 ohm restricts the amp so it won't over drive so it actually outputs less power as a self preservation. I've even used my 4ohm speakers w/ no ill effects. I'm only using 2 speakers so a suppose you just need to be adult about volume...
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    Is Yamaha RX-V681 powerful enough?

    The reason all speakers have to be timber matched.
  4. mjcmt

    Is Yamaha RX-V681 powerful enough?

    Old Dog, I have two complete systems in different room using different speakers. I switch between the Mystere tube amp and Rega amp in my music system. My question is not about speakers but the capability of the rxv681 to adequately drive more than two 86db Dynaudio speakers. A center for the...
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    Is Yamaha RX-V681 powerful enough?

    I already have Dynaudios and love its organic human sound. If you havent' lived with the Emit series you wouldn't know what I'm talking about. And it also sounds fantastic w/ my tube amp. I almost purchased a Klipsch R52C center but the folks at Klipsch forum says non of the modern centers is a...
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    Is Yamaha RX-V681 powerful enough?

    I purchased a preowned Yamaha RX-V681 one month ago. It's only 90wpc into 2 channels. I've tried it with my 99db Klipsch Forte and 86 db Dynaudio Emit10. Both speakers sound wonderful but different. I'm torn between them. I generally use the AVR up to -13 w/ the Klipsch and -8 w/ the Dynaudio...
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