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Subwoofer for Teac AG-D8800 Receiver

Hi, i am currently using Panasonic HTIB (with 2 fronts, 2 rears, 1 center and 1 subwoofer speaker) and thinking of upgrading the sound by buying a Teac AG-D8800 Receiver and A DVD player to replace it. As my rear specker is wall mounted, i would like to keep the existing speakers. However, i understand that my subwoofer is not suitable for Teac AG-D8800. Thus, i would really appreciate if you can advise me on what type of subwoffer is suitable for it. Pls also recomment the brand and model of the subwoofer.

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To tell you the truth, if you want to upgrade, upgrade the speakers. Speakers are the single most important component to good sound.

The key word is efficiency...

As a professional sound engineer I can tell you this: wattage, as used as a comparison tool, is nothing. Speaker sensitivity is the important spec. Note this. A speaker that is rated at 300 watts, but the sensitivity is rated at 90 db is actually considerably lower than a speaker rated at 100 watts but the sensitivity is 94 db. This also means you do not have to spend as much money for an amplifier that has a high wattage rating.

Things like frequency response, etc are mildly important, but as I suggest to anyone is how the sound is to you. When making any audio purchase, take music you are familiar with...

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Speakers are suitable to any amplifier, exept for the rating of it. (wattage) sometimes there are some speakers that are voltage needed. well you can use it as a subwoofer output for your tv for better sound.
just buy a aux splitter for the two amplifier, so that you could use them both.
hope I helped you for this.. have funn.^^

Posted on Feb 02, 2008

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