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I want to buy a receiver compatible for this NS-BP4500 speaker systerm. Which Receiver should I buy?

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  • Luvlybrain May 08, 2008

    what is DSP system?

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    Will bn buying a yamaha rx -va30 amplifier so don't know which cable to use or buy for an existing speaker?

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If you have the manual for the speakers please try to get the specifications. i suggest that you get a yamaha DSP system for this also.

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  • Redentor Rivera May 08, 2008

    A Yamaha receiver is good, DSP is a model that provides multi channel surround sound effects. for that you will need more speakers too. but check the specs of your speakers before you get the receiver, make sure the power handling of speaker matches the receiver amplifier.

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I am not familiar with your receiver so I don't know the important things about it - such as the power output and the required speaker impedance.

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Many other receivers wire the speakers in series, which causes the impedance to go up.

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