Mar 14, 2010 by andrewonpsp | Posted in Home Theater
The ns-777 are rated at 250 watts but my receiver is only 105 watts per channel. Should I use that receiver or should i upgrade?
The speaker rating is for max power not minimum, you should not exceed that amount of power while the receiver is usually rated at continuous power they are different ratings not directly comparable but just to give you an idea of what is can and cannot
Lance | Mar 14, 2010
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I have had these Yamaha NS-777’s for over two years. They sound better as they age. However sounded great new. Matches my piano using its extreme glossy black finish. They have a restricted musical bass, not really boomy. The high’s are clear but not shrill. I play traditional & jazz music via CD’s DVD’s & a sizable collection of SACD’s. These loudspeakers produce a non-colorative true sound. They are apart of my 5.1 system connected to the Denon AVR-990/3310 rcvr & a Oppo 83 blu-ray. So, they are connected to mid
high end equipment. And they are in a position to reproduce the good sound that this equipment produces. If you are thinking of buying, you must be aware that they’re very big speakers & need a large room. Or else, a great speaker, really attractive and affordable.