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post #1 of 3 Old 07-20-2013, 01:12 PM - Thread Starter
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Well as the title would suggest, I am looking for any suggestions to power my Klipsch speakers.
I have: 2 Klipsch WF-35 speakers for front left and right. 150W RMS handling if I remember right
1 klipsch WC-24 center channel 90W RMS handling.
4 Klipsch WB-14 for surrounds 40W RMS handling
Right now I have a denon 1213 receiver that does a decent job, but you can really tell it doesn't have the power to run all the channels at decent power when I switch to multichannel music (I use it in the basement for parties as well) and there have been some scenes in movies that felt could have used more power. I have looked at Marantzs offerings and really like what they have, but I know that you are really paying for the name with them. So I ask if anyone has any suggestions for 7 channel dedicated amps and a pre amp/receiver for my speakers? The only feature other than decoding for DD HD and DTS HD audio streams is some form of room correction like my Denon has with audyssey. I love how it sounds after the calibration! I'd be looking to pay as much 4,500 maximum for it all, but I would prefer it be more in the realm 1500, but I k ow you start talking in dollar signs when you talk about dedicated amps. I'm planning on upgrading sometime next year if possible.
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What price range are you looking at? That will make a difference. Something in the 100-120 watt range should be a good match. Yamaha, Pioneer, Marantz, Denon all make good product. Look for the features that you want. Even features that I thought I did not need, I find myself using with My Pioneer Elite avr. I drive and RF 7 system.
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I Have the Icon series speakers that are powered by a Denon 4520ci and it sounds incredible.

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