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Is this too much for my yamaha 7.1 channel RXV573 805 watt receiver? Room is 20x15x8.

asked on January 21, 2013

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It would only be to much if you did not have a spot to put it. The volume control on the back of the sub will help you fine tune the sound so it will blend well with your other speakers. It has a relatively small footprint for being a 12" sub. Use the LFE Sub out on the back of the receiver and you can fine tune the su… see more It would only be to much if you did not have a spot to put it. The volume control on the back of the sub will help you fine tune the sound so it will blend well with your other speakers. It has a relatively small footprint for being a 12" sub. Use the LFE Sub out on the back of the receiver and you can fine tune the sub even more. see less It would only be to much if you did not have a spot to put it. The volume control on the back of the sub will help you fine tune the sound so it will blend well with your other speakers. It has a relatively small footprint for being a 12" sub. Use the LFE Sub out on the back of the receiver and you can fine tune the sub even more.
CJ77 answered on January 21, 2013
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Not at all
Ajwoodworth answered on January 21, 2013
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No definitely not. Its a powered sub so all it gets from your receiver is a signal. The kind of speakers you have will make the difference. The F-12 is pretty strong ,I have a Yamaha receiver as well.
Tyson31 answered on January 21, 2013
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Your room is larger than mine and I have 2 of them. This sub is easy to fine tune to your liking !!!
Pistonhondatko answered on January 22, 2013
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This sub has the controls to limit the oomph if it is too much. More important is to control the crossover frequency dividing the sub from the rest of the system. Best to use the 80 Hz cutoff (to sub), especially since you have other speakers to take up the rest of the sound.
being_and_time answered on January 22, 2013
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Not at all. Subs are self powered. I run mine at about 35 percent volume. The sound is quite good. It shakes the room while sounding quite clear. Great price too
Cameron E. answered on January 30, 2013
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Not at all. I have one in a 7.1 system in a room a bit larger than this and powered by an HTR-7065 which has 95w per channel. It is all in the placement and configuration. If you max out the volume on the sub and adjustments on your receiver then your going to feel the booms all the way to your bones. Properly adjusted… see more Not at all. I have one in a 7.1 system in a room a bit larger than this and powered by an HTR-7065 which has 95w per channel. It is all in the placement and configuration. If you max out the volume on the sub and adjustments on your receiver then your going to feel the booms all the way to your bones. Properly adjusted it should work out fine where you get enough bass to appreciate it but not too much to peal the plaster. Enjoy. see less Not at all. I have one in a 7.1 system in a room a bit larger than this and powered by an HTR-7065 which has 95w per channel. It is all in the placement and configuration. If you max out the volume on the sub and adjustments on your receiver then your going to feel the booms all the way to your bones. Properly adjusted it should work out fine where you get enough bass to appreciate it but not too much to peal the plaster. Enjoy.
Coyote answered on September 17, 2013
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No it is not. I use my BIC America subwoofer in a 12X12 room with a 5.1 Onkyo receiver and it works great.
Ricardo answered on January 21, 2013
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Your room is larger than mine and should be no problem. There is a volume control on it also that way you can set the level thats perfect for you.
wb answered on January 21, 2013
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Would be a great addition to your system. It will rock that size room. Not too much for receiver at all.
Jesse Tice answered on January 21, 2013
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