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  1. Marvin: aka "The Man" on March 29, 2010 8:02 am

    This sounds like a good match up. You want to try not to blow the hell out of the place with them. Looks at the woofers. There might be a rolled foam rubber edging around the speaker cone. Don’t touch it. Look and see if it is in good condition. If there are cracks and tears then you need to have them refoamed. Do not try it yourself. It usually does not cost much and maybe it’s already been done.

    Here’s some general information for you. You have a 200 watt amp. that is a lot of power. One watt of music is actually pretty loud. To get twice as loud, you need ten times more power; ten watts. 100 watts is twice as loud as that. By then you’ll be deaf. Music volumes change so rapidly that it is almost impossible to get 10 watts of constant power. Don’t worry about it. You want to make sure you NEVER drive the amp all the way. Once the amp hits maximum power it starts clipping. That is bad news for your speakers, especially the tweeters. They will get fried.

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