My current set up for my front speakers are a pair of Eltax Liberty 5+ speakers Bi-wired into my Denon AVR 1803. (Although Denon 1803 does not have seperate ports for Bi-wiring i've used a split wire formation). Below are the specifications for the Denon 1803 from the manual (front speaker info.): Power Amplifier rated output: Front: 80W+80W (8ohms, 20hz-20khz with 0.08% T.H.D) 110W + 110W (6ohms, 1khz with 0.7% T.H.D) Dynamic Power: 100W * 2 ch (8ohms), 145W *2 ch (4ohms), 170W * 2 ch (2ohms) output terminals: Front: 6 - 16 ohms Now I would like to connect a pair of Linn Keosa Speakers but am unsure if I should connect because of the spec. (below), Type: 2 way loudspeaker with crossover at 2.8kHz Frequency: 50Hz -20kHz +/-2db on axis * Input Impedance: 4ohms nominal * Amp Requirments: at least 80w per channel into 4 ohms QUESTION (fianlly): Would these *4 ohms* Linn Keosa speaker be compatible with my Denon AVR 1803 and would I also be able to bi-wire them into the Denon (with the split wire formation)?? Would there be any probs with the T.H.D? Also other speakers I have looked at are Misiion 733e Mission M74 Linn Keosa (as mentioned) Q2) Are the Linn Keosa the better out of this selection and are there any better speakers around the £200 - £300 mark?