Good receiver to run JBL ND310

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  1. Q-Ball

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    I plan on getting a pair of the JBL ND310 floor speakers and I was wondering if anyone could recommend a good receiver for them. I don't need to feed the the whole 250 watts but atleast 150 would be nice. Here is a small description:
    Max Recommended Amplifier Power 250 Watts

    - Nominal Impedance 8 Ohms

    - Sensitivity (2.83V/1m) 91dB

    - Frequency Response 37Hz - 20kHz

    - High Frequency Transducer 3/4" Titanium laminate dome, shielded.

    - Midrange Transducer 4" PolyPlas shielded

    - Low Frequency Transducer 10" PolyPlas shielded
     
  2. DoMaH

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    How much are you willing to spend and what kind of receiver do you want like home theather or just a typical receiver. H/T I would suggest a Yamaha regular go for Pioneer. Other than don't get the Sonys.
     
  3. deh310

    deh310 and what have i become...

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    150 REAL watts will be louder than you will want. I have a Denon AVR-3300 putting out 110 per channel into Klipsh SF-2's My advice is dont skimp on the reciever a good reciever can make bad speakers sound decent, a bad reciever will make decent speakers sound bad BTW real watts doesnt include all but the highest end Sony, think Marantz, Dennon, Onkyo and the more expensive Yamahas good luck
     

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