Question about JBL NPS1

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  1. Pablo Abularach

    Pablo Abularach Supporting Actor

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    HI,

    I just bought a Marantz SR6200, and I read that the output power is rated 105x5, and I was thing on buying a JBL NPS1 package with a JBL PB12. But in the specs of the speakers it says recomended power 10-100W. So I'm a little worried because I'm new into Hometheaters, maybe you can help me out with my questions

    1) Do you think the extra 5W will be a problem.
    2) Do anyone know if this reciever really outputs 105x5
    3) If the Output is a problem, do you think the N26 or N28 are good options.

    Thanks for any replies

    Pablo Abularach
     
  2. Phil Iturralde

    Phil Iturralde Screenwriter

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    Hope this helps,
    Phil
     
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    tommy_esq Stunt Coordinator

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    So what is the concensus about the differences between the NSP1 and NSP1II ? I was considering pulling the trigger on the NSP1II set up for about $300. However, I've recently seen prices as low as $209 for the NSP1. Does the difference between the two merit $90?

    Anyone?
    Phil??
     
  4. Phil Iturralde

    Phil Iturralde Screenwriter

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  5. Pablo Abularach

    Pablo Abularach Supporting Actor

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    Phil,

    Thanks for helping me with the questions, I'm looking foward to buying the NPS1 and intalling the SR5200.

    Thanks again for explaning everything so detailed.
    Pablo Abularach
     
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    I setup a 5200 with the NSP-1 and a SA-WM40 for a friend, and it sounded quite good. Not spectacular for music, very good for movies, and FAR better than any HTiB in the same price class.
     

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