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I have a small spare bedroom that I am converting to a small man cave. Measures about 15X18. I would like recommendations on a 2 channel receiver. I'm thinking about 75-100 watts per channel. I already have a pair of Klipsch Heresys. 75-100 watts could probably over power the room, but I want to make sure I have enough power to eventually move to a larger room. I have been out of the audiophile game for a long time and am now ready to ease back in. I'm most concerned with sound quality. Thanks for your help!
 

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What is your source(s)? Do you have plans for adding a sub woofer or is this strictly a 2.0 system?
 

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Originally Posted by Oudude56  /t/1520923/recommendations-for-a-small-room#post_24437291


Strictly 2.0

You could go with separates if you want, or an integrated amplifier to combine things. The NAD C 375BEE would be a great choice, and has plenty of power for any size room. You can also get a DAC unit that goes in the back should you have digital sources.
 

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Those super-efficient speakers only need about 20 watts per channel, even in a large room.


I suggest the Outlaw 2150 receiver.


It has had great reviews and is a bargain for only $700, at Music Direct.


It has WAY more power than you need.


For even better sound quality you can get the Musical Fidelity M3i integrated amplifier for $1500, or the Creek 5350.



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I have a small spare bedroom that I am converting to a small man cave. Measures about 15X18. I would like recommendations on a 2 channel receiver. I'm thinking about 75-100 watts per channel. I already have a pair of Klipsch Heresys. 75-100 watts could probably over power the room, but I want to make sure I have enough power to eventually move to a larger room. I have been out of the audiophile game for a long time and am now ready to ease back in. I'm most concerned with sound quality. Thanks for your help!
 
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