Reciever 125w Speakers 60/80 Or 90w

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  1. Arvinder

    Arvinder Auditioning

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    I HAVE DENON 4802R RECIEVER WHICH IS 125 EACH 7.1.

    I AM PLANNING TO PUT JAMO SPEAKERS
    CENTER 80/160 LONG/SHORT TERM
    LR EITHER 60/120 OR 90/180 LONG/SHORT TERM

    CAN THEY GO WITH THIS SYSTEM

    ALSO RECIEVER IS WITH IMPEDENCE OF 8 OHM

    CAN I PUT SPEAKERS WITH IMPEDENCE 4 OR 6 OHM

    NEED GUIDANCE
     
  2. Wayne Ernst

    Wayne Ernst Cinematographer

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    The receiver should have no problems with the 4/6 Ohm speakers. You should also pay attention to the sensitivity ratings for the speakers you are looking for. If they are in the range of 87dB to 95dB, you should be good to go. If the speakers have a horrible efficiency rating (e.g. below 80db) you might have to reconsider.
     
  3. John Garcia

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    Most receivers will not like a 4 Ohm load. The 4802 however, can probably take it. You WANT the receiver to be more powerful with low impedance speakers. The receiver is 125 at MAX output, not continuous, which is what the speaker ratings are referring to.

    I can't say I've seen a speaker with less than 80dB efficiency.
     

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