Can someone please assist with my query/concern:- I have recently got into home cinema and treated myself to some kit:- Samsung LE40R74BDX LCD TV Yamaha DSP-AX759SE amplifier. Denon 1930 – DVD player Celestion AVP305 surround sound speakers. QED Silver Micro cable. To all intents and purposes the system is exactly what I need. It plays well, sounds and looks good. The issue I have is that when studying the manuals I discovered the following:- The manual for the amplifier states that the minimum RMS output power for front L/R, centre and surround speakers is 100w. However, the manual for the speakers simply claims in the ‘Amplifier' section '20-80W' In simple terms this implies to me that the amplifier is too powerful for the speakers? I have rang the shop from which I bought the AV kit and was told that there are different kinds of watts and that the system is fine. Call me suspicious but they would say that. I felt like I may have been fobbed off. Can anyone help with this query and let me know whether my spec is fine or do I need to be writing to the shop as they have sold me something that is not suitable for the purpose. I will be only too pleased to answer any questions to assist further with answering this question. Thanks.