Note: If you prefer an AV receiver from another manufacturer, this is of course also possible. You are welcome to orient yourself in their own selection to the performance data of our recommendations. However, please understand that we can only recommend AV receivers, which have also been tested by us.
Denon Receiver AVC-X3700H
> Recommended for Teufel home theatre systems from the Ultima, Definion, Theater or System series as well as Teufel Dolby Atmos systems.
> Recommended by Teufel view combinations.
> View performance data to compare with other manufacturers.
Denon Receiver AVR-X1600 DAB
Marantz Receiver NR1510
Teufel Impaq 8000 Blu-ray Receiver
> View Teufel-recommended combinations.
> View performance data to compare with other manufacturers
Notes when buying an AV receiver from another manufacturer
Continuous power handling
The continuous power handling of the speakers should be approximately equal to the maximum power output of the amplifier. The increased power output of the amplifier is only critical if the system is to be operated permanently at high volume levels.
An example: the Teufel Ultima 40 has a continuous power handling of 120 watts and a nominal impedance of 4 ohms, the amplifier should also have approximately this power value (RMS or sinusoidal power) at an impedance of 4 ohms.
What happens if the planned amplifier has a higher power?
A higher power is basically not harmful, but even improves the sound performance of the speakers.
However, there is a risk that the speakers can be damaged by too much power (too high volume). This effect announces itself - by audible distortions. The amplifier should then be turned down.
What happens if the planned amplifier has too little power?
If an amplifier must provide more power than it actually can it comes to clipping. Or in other words: the amplifier is overdriven. This can damage the loudspeaker drivers. Particularly at risk are the tweeters.