You're going to need a lot of power to make those things sing. They are only 87 dB on the sensitivity. I think the SHO-10's are 97 dB sensitive. So for the 10 dB difference you will need a little over triple the power for the same output.
Oops, my math was bad. every 3dB more in output you need double the power so it is actually a logarithmic scale. If you are using 10 watts, then you need 20 for 3 more dB, then 40 for 3 dB more, then 80 for the next 3 dB and so on and so on.....
You get the picture.
Also the Episode 900's have ribbon tweeters which are great for music but they lack the dynamics required for movies. There are a couple of manufacturers out there with ribbon tweets that can handle movies but I can't recall who right now.
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