Questions about JBL NSP1....

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  1. Ryan Stone

    Ryan Stone Auditioning

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    Im going to get the NSP1 speaker set, but i have a few questions before i buy. First, Do they come with wall mounting brakets? Do the brackets allow you to point the speakers any direction? The center speaker is rated at 150 watts, but my reciver only puts out 100watts(well, at least it says 100). Will my center speaker be to under powered?
     
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    The information above is 100% accurate and I just wanted to add that I love mine. You simply can't beat the price/value combination. I use the four N24s as surround speakers. Both them and the N-Center sound great when driven with 100-watts (Onkyo in my case). I would recommend larger main left/right speakers though if you can afford to add them later. I'm using N-38s with good results.
     
  5. David_Stein

    David_Stein Second Unit

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    id like to add in that i am also very happy with my nsp1 system, and also that i am running and onkyo 575x reciever, which only has 70w/channel and i havent had any problem with it. chances are ill be upgrading to n26 or n28 mains sometime soon though, but its not because i am unhappy with the n24 speakers
     
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    I have the NSP-1's and running a Onkyo TX-DS494 rated at 55wx5 . to touch on the question of under power would this be the case with my receiver running the NSP-1's ? they sound great to me on the onkyo but could I damage them ?
     
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    Thanks for the info Phil. very interesting!
     

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