Post by broncsrule21 on Dec 2, 2014 13:09:58 GMT -5
I am assuming the Fusion could handle a 4ohm load? (ERM-6.3) + 2 surrounds. I hoping it wouldn't be strained to much since a RPA-1 would be handling the mains. Anyone see an issue? Emotiva usually posts 4ohm specs on their gear, but not with this product...
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Post by knucklehead on Dec 2, 2014 14:58:50 GMT -5
At any rate it is rated for 4ohm speakers - from the specs:
7 – Speaker outputs (4 ohms / 8 ohms) gold plated 5-way binding post 1 – Remote control with CEC control panel 65 watts RMS x 7 channels; <.05 THD (all channels driven) 110 watts RMS x 2 channels; <.05 THD Size: boxed: 22" wide x 8.5" high x 21" deep unboxed: 17" wide x 4" high x 16.5" deep Weight: 25 lbs (34 lbs boxed)
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As for the power rating of the Fusion, seems in other forums and a little in this one also, that people focus on the 65w rating (all 7 ch) and list or recommend other mainstream receivers with 'more' power, which of course is always their rating for 1 or 2 channels driven and not all 7. Going by the specs of the Fusion, it's rated at 110w RMS x 2ch and not 65w correct?