I'm new here so I'll give you a short description of who I am and what I'm working with. My name is Eric, I'm 28 years old. I'm in the car buis(not sales
) Been doing it for a little over eight years. Eight years with Ford and a few months now with Nissan. Advid motorcycle rider and Triumph fanatic/tack whore. I busted my ass when I was young and own my own home and have no credit debit. Good job me. Anyways, now I am looking to upgrade my front pair of speakers.
I have a large living room/dinning room with connected kitchen and hallway. Whole area is about 15'w and 30 or so deep. Its an odd shape so giving exact dimensions is near impossible. Previously I had been running an Integra DTR 5.2 but upgraded last summer to the Yammy RX-V1800. TV is Samsung 61" DLP with LED, Toshiba HD DVD(yeah yeah). Subwoofer is NHT 12" something or other, cant remember the modle number but I have two and only one works.
Actually I have three NHT subs and only one works.
For rear speakers I'm running Energy Take series LCR, surround speakers are B&W Solids with both pairs mounted to the ceiling. Front Speakers; I was using B&W CC6 for center and am still using B&W DM602s. All of monster cables best and audio quest wires. ( I have a GREAT connection for that stuff)
My question would be, I want to upgrade the front speakers to the Energy RC-70s. I have the Energy LCR as the center already as I bought that last fall. BUT on Energys website, they are saying max power is at 225w for the RC-70. And being and the Yammy runs 125w to the front pair would I starve the RCs when it comes time to blow something up on screen? I know the reciever will run the speakers but how well will it run them?
Thanks a lot for reading!