Hi, i plan on getting Tannoy Sensys DC speakers and a Denon 3805. The Tannoy's have a ground connection which AFAIK is a new feature in loudspeakers. I'd appreciate if you could check out this link (copy and paste into new window due to free account block). The excerpt is from the Tannoy Eyris manual and AFAIK the Sensys use the same terminals (I couldn't find the Sensys manual online). Firstly it would be good if someone could explain what the coupling link cables are. Secondly, I'm not sure where to hook the ground to the 3805 (click 4 back panel). If a ground connection cannot be made with this receiver then can anyone give any other examples of amps/receivers i can look at which have a ground terminal? Lastly can anyone recommend any ideal sheilded cable for grounding? I doubt one would have to spend a lot of money on such a cable and I'm guessing DIY would be the way to go. I'd appreciate it if anyone could shed some light upon this subject. For additional info about this you can check this out.