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Old 08-10-2012, 08:44 AM - Thread Starter
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Hello all,

I have been out of HT gear for a while now and was looking for some help with a problem I have. I own some Klipsch VF36 floor speakers with bi-amping ability. The speakers are rated at 150 watts RMS. I just bought a Denon 4311 receiver which is rated at 140 watts per channel. If I connect the speakers via bi-amp from the receiver, will the 2 channels of power be too much for the Klipsch speakers?

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I have the 36's and I slam them with 220 watts each to hi's and low's on both L and R. I mean I have actually tried to blow them out and can't.
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