Polk RTia5 and Onkyo AVR HTR-393

PixOttPixOtt Posts: 7
edited November 6 in 2 Channel Audio
Hi All, sorry this post may be repeated. I have a Onkyo Receiver HTR-393 with 110 W at 6 ohms. I am planing to buy a pair of RTia5 from my colleague which is rated as 8ohms which I think is okey to work with my receiver. But regarding the point of power output, this Onkyo receiver can do its part? My room is only 20 feet X 30 feet. I am getting this pair at very cheap price, as my colleague is upgrading to B&W. Any answer and help is highly reply appreciated.


https://www.cnet.com/products/polk-audio-rtia5-speaker/specs/

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  • rooftop59rooftop59 Posts: 3,664
    Do you have a sub? They will work full range so long as u are careful with the volume knob, but they won’t sound their best. However, it would be much safer crossing them over at around 80hz to a sub...
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  • PixOttPixOtt Posts: 7
    rooftop59 wrote: »
    Do you have a sub? They will work full range so long as u are careful with the volume knob, but they won’t sound their best. However, it would be much safer crossing them over at around 80hz to a sub...

    hi rooftop59; Yes I have a sub and also a center speaker. Thanks for your recommendation. will try crossing over to 80hz to the sub for LF.
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