Originally Posted by kstephens78 /forum/post/18307383
Any recommedations? Under $300.
Originally Posted by Selden Ball /forum/post/18308943
I think you need to specify why you think you need more than 200W/ch.
Originally Posted by jgiddyup /forum/post/18307558
I've been a member here for quite a while and don't post much because I'm usually beat to the punch by people more knowledgeable than myself, but I read here almost daily.
Having said that, your an idiot (personal attack on)!!! Please go back to posting malware on Facebook.
I'm generally fairly restrained and have been VERY resistant to feeding the trolls, but this was just too much.
Originally Posted by kstephens78 /forum/post/18309383
thanks for all the info and help! I just bought speakers that have a max of 275 watts. I am just trying to get the maximum potential out of them. All I will be using is two of those as my front speakers and a subwoofer. That is why I was looking for a 2 channel receiver. I obviously have a lot to learn about all this. lol I actually like vintage stuff. I have a 15 year old pioneer receiver and a 6 year old yamaha someone just gave me. They are both 100 watts per channel and to me it sounds like the old ancient pioneer (with manual bass and treble adjustment knobs on the front) put out better/stronger bass than the yamaha where u have to internally adjust the bass and treble.
Originally Posted by kstephens78 /forum/post/18307771
As I stated in another posting, I am new here and relatively new to the whole receiver world aside from the ancient pioneer receiver I have had for like 15 years. How am I a troll posting malware? It was/is a legit question and need...ok, so maybe my pricing was a bit off. I have no idea how much 2 channel receivers that put out over 200 channels per channel cost.
Originally Posted by kstephens78 /forum/post/18311506
oh, no apology necessary. people actually come on here and post fake stuff? for what purpose?? anyways, I have 2 Polk Monitor 70 speakers and just looking for a receiver to help them reach their potential. I don't care what the brand is or even how old it is!