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Klipsch RC-62ii amping?

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With my Denon 3312ci @125 watts per channel, will the rc-62ii at 150 rms function properly? I am investigating external amping, but don't want to get anything without knowing.
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The numbers need not match. You will probably turn the volume down before you need more power. A significant increase in sound pressure level is 3dB, it takes generally twice as much power to do that. Your Klipsch speakers are fairly high sensitivity (saw an unreferenced spec of 97dB) so you'd likely be at extremely high spl's before you'd need more power but you can do your own calculations with something like this http://myhometheater.homestead.com/splcalculator.html
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Originally Posted by lovinthehd View Post

The numbers need not match. You will probably turn the volume down before you need more power. A significant increase in sound pressure level is 3dB, it takes generally twice as much power to do that. Your Klipsch speakers are fairly high sensitivity (saw an unreferenced spec of 97dB) so you'd likely be at extremely high spl's before you'd need more power but you can do your own calculations with something like this http://myhometheater.homestead.com/splcalculator.html


Thanks a lot. I hope to get all reference speakers soon. Just starting with the center for now.
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