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I am considering adding a power amp to my system. I was looking at the UPA-500 or UPA-700. Just wondering if anyone had a similar set-up, or knew how these amp's power speakers over the 3312. Thanks

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If your purpose is movies, adding extra amp for speakers is wastage of money. Invest in quality subs, run your speakers small, and let the sub do the man's job.

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Thanks for the help. I will spend my 500 dollars on some rb-## for my backs and then save up for the rs-## for my surrounds. Appreciate the help.

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