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Thanks 3db for sharing the graph and your input. Can't wait to get my X2T. Just need to get rid of these Def Tech
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Looking at the graphs below supplied by the Soundstage Network for the X2T and their mid senstivity rating of 86.2dB, your Denon should be capable of driving these speakers to uncomfortably loud levels without strain as long as the room isn't overly big and you are not sitting too far from these speakers.



I know there is a lot to look at more with regards to receivers and speakers. But what are you looking at with the receiver to be able to handle the speakers? What specs are important to match or consider when looking at the receivers?

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I know there is a lot to look at more with regards to receivers and speakers. But what are you looking at with the receiver to be able to handle the speakers? What specs are important to match or consider when looking at the receivers?

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I guess I just want to be able to maximize the speakers potential, be able to push the speakers loud and not worry about the receiver shutting off. How do your PSB perform with your Sony STR-DN1050 receiver? I've actually looked into that one recently
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So I've now had my Def Tech BP 8020ST for close to two months and at first I loved them but lately I feel like there's been something missing. I started looking into more towers in my price range and I consistently found raving reviews for PSB speakers and luckily enough I found a few dealers here in Austin, TX. First impressions, I was blown away by the clarity of the new PSB X2T towers. I've always heard reviewers talk about certain speakers being warm and laid back and I never quite understood the sound and it honestly didn't sound appealing to me. But WOW! I fell in love with that sound. These speakers are true to nature sound, such natural sound I literally felt like every song I demoed was being performed live. My Def Tech ran run for $1200, but i did get them for $1000 from a local authorized dealer. Either way I'm pretty confident I'm selling these and getting the PSB X2T. Anyways I did come across a couple of reviews and other opinions stating that you'd want a very good quality receiver or amp to hook these bad boys too. I currently have a Denon AVR 1712, a entry level receiver. I know when I do get them, not to expect the same performance that I heard at the audio store since they are using high end equipment. I'd like to get yalls opinion on how well should I expect these speakers to perform with the my receiver?? I've had my receiver now for almost 4 years so its been in the back of my mind that I should upgrade, but at the same time I don't want to spend over 1k for a receiver . What would y'all recommend? Should I start saving up? What do y'all have powering yalls PSB speakers?
The great sound you heard at the dealer was probably influenced by their room acoustics far more than the "high end equipment" they're using. Room acoustics, speaker placement within the room, furniture placement, and listening location are far more important that the price of the electronics.

As for the 1712, it's an under-appreciated gem. It has the higher end version of Audyssey (MultEQ XT), plus a fairly decent size transformer and filter caps. That's all good for driving low-impedance speakers like these. I have one and have used it to power my PSB Sync Ones with no problems - and they're a demanding load. I also have a "high end" integrated amp as well, and the Denon 1712 keeps up nicely with it. A new receiver for you might actually be a downgrade. To get something better you'd need to get the Denon AVR-X4000 or AVR-X4100W, at $800 to $1300, or an Anthem MRX310 (somewhere around $1k?).

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I guess I just want to be able to maximize the speakers potential, be able to push the speakers loud and not worry about the receiver shutting off. How do your PSB perform with your Sony STR-DN1050 receiver? I've actually looked into that one recently
So far they are great. I am still waiting on my XC center speaker and do not have a sub-woofer yet for my setup. I was reading one of the reviews from CNet, that actually has the smaller X1T being reviewed and the were using the STR-DN1050 with them.

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I know when I do get them, not to expect the same performance that I heard at the audio store since they are using high end equipment.
What was this "high end" equipment? Is the setup to be HT or 2ch?

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So far they are great. I am still waiting on my XC center speaker and do not have a sub-woofer yet for my setup. I was reading one of the reviews from CNet, that actually has the smaller X1T being reviewed and the were using the STR-DN1050 with them.

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Yeah I read that one review . What kind of sub are you planning on? I was thinking of going with a SVS 2000 series sub, not sure whether to go with SB or PB but luckily there is a audio store in San Antonio about an hour away who carries SVS subs and has them ready for demo. I'll make up my mind than.


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Like beaveav mentioned, I think he is right about the acoustics of the room being more of a factor. My current denon receiver is really the only reciver I've owned besides a Onkyo HTIB when I was like 15 lol. I just saw names like NAD or Marantz and I consider those to be more high end since they fall out of my price range lol. Oh I'm looking more for a HT receiver that way I can build up to 5.1
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with the fronts being imagine t2 and imagine c center,
for surround duty, in a 7.1 configuration, what would be the difference between the imagine b and the imagine (besides aesthetics of course)
I might be able to get a good deal on a used imagine b, but wanted to know what the differences are.
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Yeah I read that one review . What kind of sub are you planning on? I was thinking of going with a SVS 2000 series sub, not sure whether to go with SB or PB but luckily there is a audio store in San Antonio about an hour away who carries SVS subs and has them ready for demo. I'll make up my mind than.


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Like beaveav mentioned, I think he is right about the acoustics of the room being more of a factor. My current denon receiver is really the only reciver I've owned besides a Onkyo HTIB when I was like 15 lol. I just saw names like NAD or Marantz and I consider those to be more high end since they fall out of my price range lol. Oh I'm looking more for a HT receiver that way I can build up to 5.1
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I had an NAD as well as my Denon for a couple of years. I found the Denon to power the PSBs just as well, plus it has a higher version of Audyssey and is cheaper! So that's a tie, a win and a win for the Denon!

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The great sound you heard at the dealer was probably influenced by their room acoustics far more than the "high end equipment" they're using. Room acoustics, speaker placement within the room, furniture placement, and listening location are far more important that the price of the electronics.

As for the 1712, it's an under-appreciated gem. It has the higher end version of Audyssey (MultEQ XT), plus a fairly decent size transformer and filter caps. That's all good for driving low-impedance speakers like these. I have one and have used it to power my PSB Sync Ones with no problems - and they're a demanding load. I also have a "high end" integrated amp as well, and the Denon 1712 keeps up nicely with it. A new receiver for you might actually be a downgrade. To get something better you'd need to get the Denon AVR-X4000 or AVR-X4100W, at $800 to $1300, or an Anthem MRX310 (somewhere around $1k?).

MultiEQ XT isn't the higher end of Audyssey. That would be AVRs or pre/pros with Audyssey MultiEQ XT32. The difference is that XT32 has considerably high resolution than XT (512x than 128x) for the subs, and even more so (512x vs. 16x) for mains/satellites. They've also put less emphasis on correcting (even sometimes "overcorrecting" according to some Audyssey users REW plots) high frequencies and more on correcting below Schroeder. The practical result is improved calibration of your bass. For details, you're best off consulting the dedicated Audyssey thread.


Depending on your needs (i.e. if you want Atmos or not), along with current X4100 series, you can sometimes find a Denon 4520 or 4311 for under $1K on the AVS Classifieds, all of which have Audyssey XT32.

That's one reason why some guys on the NAD list complain about the NAD pre/pros not keeping up with the times, as even the M17 only has XT.


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Well, it *is* the higher end when compared to 2EQ or MultEQ (no XT). I didn't say it was the highest end version of Audyssey, just a higher end.

You do have a legit point that my post wasn't entirely clear and could be misinterpreted, so thanks for helping the OP with the additional info. But I already know what you said.

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Well, it *is* the higher end when compared to 2EQ or MultEQ (no XT). I didn't say it was the highest end version of Audyssey, just a higher end.

You do have a legit point that my post wasn't entirely clear and could be misinterpreted, so thanks for helping the OP with the additional info. But I already know what you said.

And even as the "higher end"', still arguably superior to most of the mainstream competition for affordable home audio pre/pros or AVRs due to the sub correction (I'm speaking of MCACC and YPAO, let alone no EQ altogether). To get something equal or better for automated REQ, you've got to go to XT32 or join the early adaptors with Dirac and separates.

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I had an NAD as well as my Denon for a couple of years. I found the Denon to power the PSBs just as well, plus it has a higher version of Audyssey and is cheaper! So that's a tie, a win and a win for the Denon!

Well, we all have our differing opinions. I also have a Denon receiver. I switched to the NAD processor. The difference was significant. The Denon is sitting on the shelf while the NAD runs the show. My HT setup is run by the NAD Masters series M15. I consider NAD the winner.


NAD generally rates their amps / receivers more conservatively than many other brands. They usually rate under the consideration that all channels are being driven simultaneously. This is not so for many others. I have seen 100 watt onkyos drop from a 100 watt rating down to ~20 when things get going. Very deceiving.


I am not of the same sound persuasion. I feel that my NAD processors are easily superior to my Denon. The Denon was very good but not NAD good. As far as the Marantz...... D&M was at the last audio show I attend showing off some of their new goodies. I asked them why one would select Denon or Marantz over one another. The response was that the Marantz is a more sound quality focused product. One who is concerned about SQ should lean towards Marantz.


I will agree that NAD is behind on the room correction gadgets. I do not need them so its not an issue for me. If I wanted the Gadgets and SQ I would lean towards the Marantz.


If one were to be hypnotized by those who believe that all amps sound the same, then who cares?. Find the cheapest piece of plastic junk with a knob, huge power rating, and heat sinks. Plug it in, turn the dial, and let it clip. Just make sure it has the latest in room correction gadgets. The cost is usually around $399.99.

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Unless you did a properly controlled comparison (level matching, blinded listener, etc), then you could easily be swayed by the looks, price, and positive press for the NAD and be convinced it sounds better.

As for the comments about Denon and Marantz, well, it kinda proves the point. Their rep will tell you Marantz is better for music, sound quality, or some nonsense like that, and people will believe it. That's precisely what they want you to believe, because after all, Marantz products are priced higher. But then you look a little closer at the products and see that they're designed by the same team of hardware engineers and in many (most?) cases, they share the exact same hardware - except, of course, for the fancier looking Marantz front panel that somehow justifies the additional cost of Marantz and also somehow convinces some listeners that the Marantz sounds better.

As for your comments about NAD's power ratings, I do agree with you there. NAD tends to be conservative, and dare I say it, honest, while Denon, Marantz, Onkyo, Yamaha, et al, stretch the truth like it's a rubber band. But as I pointed out, the Denon 1712 - the AVR under discussion here - is more honestly rated than many others and more robust than many similarly priced receivers.
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Unless you did a properly controlled comparison (level matching, blinded listener, etc), then you could easily be swayed by the looks, price, and positive press for the NAD and be convinced it sounds better.
Once upon a time this statement would have applied. You see, about 25 years ago I was just getting started with audio. I thought the boxes that were littered with the most buttons and flashing lights had to be the be best. They were great to look at they surely must be the best sounding. I had a rack of Kenwood components. A Kenwood receiver rated at 120 watts per channel and more lights than a christmas tree. It had a multi band eq and all kinds of special sound modes. Wow was it great to look at. I could not figure out why my friends were commenting about the sound being dry and flat. Many unflattering comments that seriously ticked me off considering the money I had wrapped up in the system. Then one day reality set it. I tried a HK integrated rated at 80 watts. I was a skeptic but it absolutely destroyed the Kenwood. The Altec speakers had tight controlled bass and weren't bright and harsh as they had been with the Kenwood. The HK had the ergonomics of a street brick. There were very few flashy lights. I was sad that my flashy and expensive Kenwood was actually a piece of garbage sound wise. That is the day bias died in my world. The not as pretty HK stayed for many years. Many other components came and went. To this day that HK still works and sounds good.

As far as positive press for the NAD.... more like mixed. There is certainly a lot of respect for the brand. Well deserved in my opinion. But there is a lot of criticism regarding the lack of up to date features and room correction. Many complain that NAD components are obsolete at introduction. Im not a gadget worshiper so this does not bother me.

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So you are claiming to be free from any bias? Are you superhuman? Because every single person known on earth is subject to biases, both conscious and unconscious. If you've somehow managed to attain a level of thought that supersedes what is known to the scientific community, I encourage you to show up at a local university and present yourself for research purposes. There will be hundreds of scholarly papers written about you.



You may have made yourself aware of that one bias about fancy lights, but that doesn't mean you've removed all bias. Many of them are unconscious.

I myself have spent a career designing and testing audio electronics, so I know a thing or two about what I look at when I see the insides of a box. But I wouldn't dare claim that that somehow makes me bias-free.

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So you are claiming to be free from any bias? Are you superhuman?
Im certainly not super human. Im just not delusional enough to believe that all amps sound the same.

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And even as the "higher end"', still arguably superior to most of the mainstream competition for affordable home audio pre/pros or AVRs due to the sub correction (I'm speaking of MCACC and YPAO, let alone no EQ altogether). To get something equal or better for automated REQ, you've got to go to XT32 or join the early adaptors with Dirac and separates.
I am going to throw Anthem into the mix as ARC room correction is considered on the same plain as Audyssey Pro or better.
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