Pioneer HPM 100 spk power handling
Just today I bought a pair of Pioneer HPM 100 (not 200) speakers from a private seller. I guess I didn't do proper research first. I thought these were rated for 100 Watts rms each. It wasn't until I got home and read the spec sheet on the back only to find that they are rated for 50 Watts rms continuous power.
I got these to mate with a Pioneer SX-1010 reciever that has around 100 wpc output capability. Although I'll rarely turn past the 12 or 1 o'clock position I'm concerned of the potential for blowing any one (or more) of the speakers. Should I look for a more properly mated speaker set for my SX-1010? Reselling the HPM 100 won't be a problem, may already have a buyer waiting (at same price I paid) if that were the case.
Also, one of the woofer's dust cap is pushed in a bit. Is the there a safe way to suction or properly reshape it? or should I leave it be. It works and sounds fine in current condition.
Thanks in advance,