Audio Input: Wireless Stereo, 16-bit, 48 KHz, uncompressed Wireless audio system performance Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 87 dB Total harmonic distortion: 0.4% (at 1 KHz, Output 2 V RMS Audio Output: High Efficiency Class D, Speaker-level Supports 4 to 16 ohm speakers Audio output power: 2 × 25 W (RMS) into 4 ohms (no more than 10% THD) Transmission Delay 15-20 ms Power Supply AC 120 V ~ 60 Hz Power Consumption 15 W I bought a Rocketfish Wireless speaker kit for use with my newly purchased Onkyo AVX690 5.1 set. However, after attempting to set up the wireless part and having problems I have discovered that I neglected the output wattage of the receiver (2x25w) and am looking for any solution to the problem other than buying more surround sound speakers which have the correct voltage or buying a new wireless sender/receiver set up. Is the any way to modify the receiver to handle the higher wattage of the speakers I have? Would be interested to hear your views. TIA.