I enjoy what I have right now. The sound is good and loud for what it is. I am a noob when it comes to home audio, and that is why I am wanting to know a little bit more. I think I have gained enough knowledge in car audio for what I need and I am satisfied with what I have in that. I have wound up spending more time watching movies and listening to music inside and would like to hear what you guys think I should upgrade to get even better sound, maybe even louder.
receiver/amp: Sony STR-K700
center: Bose 201v (@
right/left: Dayton B652s (@ 8ohm)
subwoofer: IDQv2d4 (@ 4ohm)
enclosure: ~5.5 @ 22hz (i think)
Specs for amp
Power Output--Stereo (120-20,000 Hz, both channels driven, 6 ohms, <0.7% total harmonic distortion): 85 watts per channel RMS
Power Output--Satellites (1 kHz, 6 ohms, 10% THD): 133 watts x 5 channels (Front L/R, Center, Surround L/R)
Power Output--Subwoofer (100Hz, 6 ohms, 10% THD): 135 watts x 1 channel
Reproduction Frequency Range: 28Hz-20kHz
I know it isn't good to have these lower impedances than the amp recommends, but I monitor it pretty well and it has never shut off or over heated. I am thinking a new amp or multiple would be beneficial to overall sound, but I have no idea what the best way of going about getting new amps. I would prefer a 5 channel to keep it simple, but from what I have seen it doesn't really work like that. I am not trying to spend thousands at this moment in time, but I would like to know a good direction to head in.