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Speaker/Reciever Pairing need help!!!
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Post 1 made on Wednesday July 24, 2013 at 02:06
zman0104
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Hey so I just bought a new reciever and i need to know if i can run my existing speakers on it. I know i want to get new speakers eventually but not for awhile the speakers i have are from the yamaha yht-380 out of the box home theater set and the reciever i have now is the pioneer SC-1522-K.

The specs for the speakers are

1.0 x Center channel speaker - 2-way - External - 30.0 Watt - -172.0 Hz - 5.0 Ohm - Wired,
1.0 x Subwoofer - 2-way - External - 30.0 Watt - -34920.0 Hz - 6.0 Ohm - Wired,
2.0 - External - 50.0 Watt - -34905.0 Hz - 6.0 Ohm - Wired,
2.0 - External - 30.0 Watt - -19880.0 Hz - 6.0 Ohm - Wired

and the specs for the reciever are

Class D3 Amplification
Channels: 9.2
720 W Multi ch Simultaneous Drive (1 kHz, THD 1 % @ 8 ohms)
210 W/ch (1 kHz, THD 1 % @ 4 ohms)
170 W/ch (1 kHz, THD 1 % @ 6 ohms)
130 W/ch (1 kHz, THD 0.08 % @ 8 ohms)


Please let me know if i am ok to pair these for now as i would like to save up for new speakers and want to use my new reciever. Thank You!
Post 2 made on Friday July 26, 2013 at 21:56
TRCGroup
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Yes, they will be fine.
"You can't fix stupid."

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