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Hello
My old amplifier is YAMAHA DSP-AX630SE and i have 6.1 JBL Studio L Series loudspeakers and subwoofer yamaha. I think my Yamaha amplifier is too weak for my 6.1 JBL L-series loudspeakers.
With yamaha amplifier I have nothing, no power, no low frequencies, only high frequencies and my amplifier heats up quickly.
I'm trying to look for an amplifier from manufacturers like Yamaha, Onkyo, Marantz, Sony, Pioneer, Denon, but it is very difficult to compare them to find the best suited to my existing loudspeakers.
Of course I'm not a specialist in this field only love home theater system....

Maybe someone could help me choose or advise me what to buy, that I could feel the power of JBL 6.1 loudspeakers. :):):)

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Thank you very much, I would be grateful for any advice.
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Hello

My old amplifier is YAMAHA DSP-AX630SE and i have 6.1 JBL Studio L Series loudspeakers and subwoofer yamaha. I think my Yamaha amplifier is too weak for my 6.1 JBL L-series loudspeakers.

With yamaha amplifier I have nothing, no power, no low frequencies, only high frequencies and my amplifier heats up quickly.

I'm trying to look for an amplifier from manufacturers like Yamaha, Onkyo, Marantz, Sony, Pioneer, Denon, but it is very difficult to compare them to find the best suited to my existing loudspeakers.

Of course I'm not a specialist in this field only lovehome theater system....
Maybe someone could help me choose or advise me what to buy, that I could feel the power of JBL 6.1 loudspeakers. smile.pngsmile.pngsmile.png

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You don't give a specific model for your subwoofer, and if undersized it could fully explain your lack of bass.

Your diagram seems to lack dimensions, so the listening distance can't be estimated.

You could plug your system into this calculator and get an estimate of the SPL that your existing system is capable of:

http://myhometheater.homestead.com/splcalculator.html


Post a clip of your parameters and results and we might be able to figure something out.
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Now my subwoofer is damage.
On my (diagram-picture) you can see only my speaker model names.

So after a long search I have found a few models that I think would suit my system.


1.Onkyo TX-NR1010
2.Marantz SR6008
3.Sony STR-DA5700ES
4. DENON AVR x4000
5. Pioneer SC-2023-K
6) Yamaha RX-A1030
7)Harman cardon AVR 370


So who can help me to choose the best option??

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Cambridge Audio 751R.

Get a 15" Rythmic subwoofer.
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Cambridge Audio 751R does not have USB or network... and of course i want innovation.
I found one rhythmic subwoofer, but it is a pity that no cherry colour.

http://www.ascendacoustics.com/pages/products/subs/d15se.html

Do the 7-channel amplifier is no one who is worthy of the money?
Maybe someone know from 7 channel amplifier category better than these recommended?
Just write here, thx.

 

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Now my subwoofer is damage.

On my (diagram-picture) you can see only my speaker model names.

So after a long search I have found a few models that I think would suit my system.


1.Onkyo TX-NR1010

2.Marantz SR6008

3.Sony STR-DA5700ES

4. DENON AVR x4000

5. Pioneer SC-2023-K

6) Yamaha RX-A1030

7)Harman cardon AVR 370

So who can help me to choose the best option??

I'm highly unmotivated to assist you any further since you totally snubbed my post.
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I'm highly unmotivated to assist you any further since you totally snubbed my post.

Sorry, did not mean to ignore you... I did not understand what you wanted to know from me, I think my english is too weak :)


Here is my parameters and results.
 

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