Got a bit of a problem with my amp - I've just seen it catch fire. I've spent the evening attaching my new speaker cable and banana plugs and at first everything seemed fine. Watched a bit of TV, played about 30 minutes of XBox and all played fine. I was then playing an MP3 through my PC (Nick Cave if anyone's interested ) and, again, it played it fine - right until the very end when I heard a loud pop from the speakers. Looked over at the amp and the red light around the power button was flashing. Had a look at the connections and everything seemed fine so I turned the amp back on when this time the amp went pop and you could see something burning inside. This only lasted a second but you could smell it afterwards. I can't see what I would have done wrong wiring up the new cable, it's plenty big enough for my set up and whilst I've never used banana plugs before, they don't exactly seem like rocket science. But then again, it seems a bit funny to be just a coincidence. So, what do I do now? Will this be covered at all in any warranty? Is there any chance I could have knackered my speakers as well?