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post #1 of 2 Old 02-22-2013, 02:07 PM - Thread Starter
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Hello,

I own a pair of Mirage M5si speakers. I can't find the exact specifications online, but some thorough searching has shown me that they have nominal 6 ohms with 4 ohms capable. They operate between 70W and 200W.

I'm looking to replace my current receiver and amplifier with a receiver that will be able to do both jobs at the same time. I don't have the model name for the receiver. My current amplifier is an Adcom GFA5400. Both the amplifier and receiver that I currently own are quite damaged.

You can find the manual with the specifications of my GFA5400 here: http://www.adcom-usa.com/userguides/gfa-5400-ug.pdf

Note that the performance of the gfa5400 was very satisfactory before it got damaged.

I'm looking to spend below $1000 if possible. I don't require AirPlay, and 5.1 surround would be more than adequate.

Do you have a recommendation?
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I don't know about those speakers. My system has three 4 ohm speakers in front and 6 or 8 ohm ones elsewhere, mostly Axiom. I just got a Pioneer SC-1522-K, which is just in your price range (discounted, from Amazon), and it seems to be handling my speakers perfectly well.

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