Before the amps go to a dealer, can anybody make some suggestions on an odd problem with the units. This is, when playing music at low volumes there is a distinct difference in output betwen the left and right channel, with the right being louder. The higher the volume the less obvious it becomes - although a DB meter might say otherwise!. Bi-amping has had no effect. Although the overall sound has drastically improved!! The only difference between the speakers, is one has banana plugs with soldered in cable, the other speaker, the left, has bare wire screwed in (until the 4 extra banana plugs arrive!). I can't realisticaly see this causing a volume level problem? I have tried swoping over channels on the CD (as it has a high output and is easy to tell) to check if it was a source problem, with no change. Ie the right channel was still louder. Odd huh!!???? Time to see the Arcam repair man?