Hi all, I've just aquired a Tag Av32R BP192 (not DP) which is going through Primare 30.5 and 30.3 to the speakers. These replaced a Denon 3802 which in turn replaced an Arcam A22+Dave/P25.3/10P. Front mains have always been bi-amped in all configurations. Drawbacks from each of these combinations are/were as follows:- Arcam : Pros : good on music, very good on AV Cons : not quite as good on 2 channel as I wanted. Never did give very much output from the surrounds, I guess processing has moved on a lot since the DAVE was made. (changed to Denon as a interim fix) Denon : Pros : sufficient on AV, but no finesse. Cons : not very good on 2 channel, no transparency to talk about. (bought Primare power amps, plumbed onto pre-outs of Denon) Minor improvements all round, more control (swapped Denon for AV32R) Pros : great on music, great on quiet AV Cons : seems to get muddled when the AV sound gets complex. Even the Denon didn't sound so mixed up. Hmm, can't think of words to describe it, maybe not muddled up, not harsh, mixture of both maybe? You just seem to get assaulted from all directions and can't make out much of anything. Also Sub/LFE control isn't as good as Arcam. Also sounds sterile on AV. Using Avia test tones I can't get the sub to merge into the other speakers as well as the Arcam could. And when watching films this becomes more obvious than when just using test tones. Basically I'm sick of it all! Wish I'd never parted with the Arcams. Anyone got any suggestions as to which part of the system is giving me the problems? Or want to swap for Arcam FMJs? Maybe I should hobble down to my local shop and borrow an Arcam AV8 for a weekend Or sell everything and spend £500 on an all in one system and give up trying to achieve the unobtainable. Other equipment : Arcam DV88+, Audiolab CDM8000, Epos ES30 mains, B&W CDM CNT, Eltax dipole surrounds, Servo 15 sub.