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post #1 of 3 Old 02-03-2013, 11:32 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi,

First of all I must say that I am a noob to AV receivers and speakers. Recently I bought a brand new Denon AVR 1713. I also had a old set of Sony HTIB speakers and they marked 2.7 ohms.

I connected Front L&R and center to Denon 1713. After Audyssey setup, here is the parameters set by 1713.

Speaker config:
Frone: large
Center: Small

Levels:
Front L: -2.0 db
Front R: -2.5 db
Center: -4.5db.

Speakers worked so far however I heard that those speakers might damage my Denon receiver.
Is my setup ok? Will my new receiver survive those HTIB speakers?

Thanks,
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At average (normal TV level) listening volumes you should be fine, however, if you raise the volume too loud, the AVR will shut down in protection mode before it is harmed.

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good to know my limits. I will be careful before I upgrade to some "real" speakers.
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