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I do not recommend welding around wooden speakers.
Will these speakers sound good with a Yamaha RX V375 (100 W/ch (8 ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD, 1 ch, or 70 W/ch (8 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, 2 ch)? Feb 2, 2015
They will sound fine with just about anything. I have a Yamaha 773 AVR and it drives everything fine from my ceriwn vega part monsters to my pioneers andrew Jones series speakers.
Using two of these with Onkyo HT-R2295 reciever for listening music. Would you recommend to buy sub and two more speakers for 5.1 setup? Jan 20, 2014
Only if you want terrific sound. I have different settings on my Sony receiver, anddepending on your source of music(pandora, streaming, or Bluetooth, some only use lpcm frequencies. So some music sounds better with a 5.1 setting, while other formats sound richer with 2.1 which sends an LFE (low frequency signal to Sub. Its about preference. But with these speakers I never overwork my amp and get plenty of volume without distortion. The center channel speaker is also awesome. Cheapest price is amazon. Might have to wait a few days/5...youll be glad you did.
I have an Onkyo A-RV401 receiver. The manual says 100W per channel at 8 ohms. should I get these speakers? Dec 25, 2014
Yeah. It should work. Onkyos support 6 and 8ohms..
Do these come with wires for connecting to the receiver or do I need to buy wiring separately? Dec 1, 2014
You need to buy the wires separately.
For 2.0 the towers are 3 way speakers so they will work best. For 2.1 you can get away with the bookshelf speakers because u have a sub. The bookshelf still do produce a good low
I would say no. Although this speaker can get 'loud" I wouldn't consider it a good choice for DJ uses especially if used in very large rooms, or outdoors.
Help! I just bought two of the FS52 and one of them turned out to be defective. The low and mids were horribly distorted when compared to the other.. Dec 8, 2013
It is possible that your speaker is blown but there is a simple test you can perform to be sure. Switch the speaker that sounds bad to the other side of the amplifier where the speaker sounded good. If that speaker now sounds good, your problem is with the amplifier. If the speaker still sounds distorted then it's defective.