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Can I use my s750 speakers connect through A receiver?

Can I connect my s750 speakers to a receiver and use for my 52"lcd sony tv, I tried without a receiver, it worked but the problem is that the subwoofer over powers, i'm thinking a really good receiver wood eqaul everything out and give additional volume ,? what do you think?

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I would actually suggest connecting the speakers up like that because the preamp that is used in the S750 is not very good even though the actual amps are good. I would also recommend using a different sub since it is very difficult to bypass the amp for the sub. Using a different amp could also provide more volume you would just have to make sure that you don't blow the speakers. I have a set of S750's but I have not been able to find anything to tell me the exact power handling that the speakers are capable of but I believe that they can handle a lot more than what the internal amplifier is putting out.

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