There’s nothing you need to really check for in your receiver, all our stuff is matched fine with “consumer electronics” type things.
The “numbers” really don`t tell you much (sorry). They are an objective measure of a speaker but not “subjective”. The subjective part is the more important measure as that is what the speaker sounds like to “you”. I don’t want to get you too worried however, all our speakers in the home theater kit area are ones that we’ve hand picked and really like the sound of.
> Name :
> Tony Matranga
> Message :
> JA AUDIO (8″ INCH) IN-CEILING LOUDSPEAKERS (MODEL NO. JA-C8)
>Are these speakers for a home theatre system or can I use them for my stereo system? Also I am not to familiar with what the numbers mean
>Ex. Frequency Response: 50 Hz – 20,000Hz (+/- 3dB)
>Power Handling: 10-100 Watts
>Crossover: 12dB High – Low pass
>Impedance: 6 Ohms
>Is there somewhere that I have to check with my stereo to make sure that they will work correctly?