Help with Yamaha RS-700 reciever and Polk Audio LSi9s 2017-04-20 21:47:22 I had a RS-700 3 years ago and loved it, but fried it trying to use it on an old RV generator. My older budget Yamaha amp would not power the LSi9s, so I used less power consuming speakers. Currently using 1974 Dynaco A-35s on the RS-700. No issues. Amp is aesthetically the exact same as the one I had.This year I bought another RS-700 because I loved it and could finally afford another. My old one used to power the polks no problem, sounding like a concert, shaking my neighbor's dishes, etc. When I try them on the new RS-700, they sound sonically fine as background noise level sound but as soon as I turn them up to listening volume, they shit the bed, sound terrible and my amp gets very hot. They are rated 4 ohms I believe. Nothing has happened to the speakers in the time I couldn't use them. No speaker wires crossed, solid connection, etc. I assume I should use them on "Low", the left selection?Using a Cambridge Audio Dacmagic 100, foobar WASAPI. I've troubleshooted every single possible issue. Anyway thanks if anybody has suggestions, sorry for the novel, or it's against any of the forum rules.