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post #1 of 3 Old 10-03-2013, 01:15 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi, Im in the process of converting my 20 X 18 garage into a Home Theater, do you guys know if a Denon 5.1 E300 will be sufficient to power up a pair of Polk 703 + a Sub,

 

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Set your speakers to small, XO @ 100Hz, and see.

This may relieve most of the power demand from your AVR since it will then only have to worry about 100Hz-20kHz, which requires a lot less power.

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If you are going to go thru the steps of converting a garage into a theater, then I don't think you should get that AVR. You may like it for awhile, but you will be looking to upgrade before you gotten your money worth out of it. That will be a nice size room, and you may want to go 7.1 or maybe 9.1. You will may also want to add an amp later and you cannot with that AVR.
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