You could go with a pro amp like this Crown or QSC with plenty of power to drive those Cerwin Vegas. They do have fans so be good to have them tucked away from listening area if possible. There are quieter fans folks have installed to help with that.
They are really meant to and designed to have a fan running and if temp rises. Even in a well ventilated area it could overheat. The best option is to go with a quieter fan. How big is the room? These speakers are pretty efficient and will get very loud with with much lower than their max input wattage rating.
The Behringer is probably on par with the others. Many here use them for sub amps with good success and whole threads about them exists so search the forums.
Room size is about 16 x 40. Ceiling height is 10 feet.
AVR-X7200WA receiver is rated Power Output (6 ohm, 1 kHz, 10% 1ch Drive) 260 W
That is a pretty big room but those speakers are pretty much pro audio type speakers and efficient . The amps might not get warm enough for the fans to turn on. Might have to just try it out and if too noisy see about replacing with quieter ones or setup some quiet fans blowing on the amp so the internal ones won't need to come on. That is a beefy Denon and might just work without an amp if you are just using it to drive these two speakers at 150W per channel. Are you setting up a home theater or just need some very loud speakers for an event?