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Receivers power supplies are shared by all channels. For this reason receivers typically push more power per channel when fewer speakers are connected. Since your surround back speakers are the only ones drawing current from your Onkyo it should be capable of pushing the full 135w to each of them if needed. My configuration is similar to yours to yours.
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Receivers power supplies are shared by all channels. For this reason receivers typically push more power per channel when fewer speakers are connected. Since your surround back speakers are the only ones drawing current from your Onkyo it should be capable of pushing the full 135w to each of them if needed. My configuration is similar to yours to yours.

That is my thinking as well.
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