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  1. Mattak

    Receivers stable with 4 ohm mains, or with pre outs for separate power amp

    Ok, I see, thanks for clarifying. I guess my thoughts are that a $400 unit isn't "low-end," but I suppose in the grand scheme of things it is. The onkyo 602 seems to have a L/R pre-out, but it was called "Zone 2 Line Out" and I wasn't sure what that meant. Main L/R pre-out is all I'd need...
  2. Mattak

    Receivers stable with 4 ohm mains, or with pre outs for separate power amp

    I'm not sure what I should be getting out of that article, it seems to be stuff I'm aware of. Again, I have power amps that work fine @ 4ohms, so I'm not too concerned about the receiver being able to drive 4 ohm speakers as long as it has pre-outs that I can hook up to my existing power...
  3. Mattak

    Receivers stable with 4 ohm mains, or with pre outs for separate power amp

    Any other opinions? The 1014 looks nice, but a bit pricey :
  4. Mattak

    Receivers stable with 4 ohm mains, or with pre outs for separate power amp

    John: I built a pair of these. They sound great off my crown amps, but I'm looking for a 5.1 receiver for HT.
  5. Mattak

    Receivers stable with 4 ohm mains, or with pre outs for separate power amp

    I'm looking to purchase a 5.1 or 6.1 receiver. My mains are 4ohm - what are some 4 ohm stable receivers in the $300-400 range? I've heard the Onkyo 602 is a decent deal (seen for $300 shipped), but I'm not sure of it's stability at 4 ohms. If I can't find a 4 ohm stable receiver in this...
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