Hi Guys, Im after some help please! Ive got 7 x KEF Eggs - 7.1 - FL, CTR, FR, SL, SR, RSL, RSR and the Denon 3802 AV Amp.They are the Mk1's. 7.1 Speaker Set-up Ive always had the settings on the amp set-up as follows: Power Amp Assignment Multi/Surround Back: Surround BackSpeaker Size Small/Large: Large for all LFE or LFE+Main: Should I have this on LFE or LFE+Main? Sub Crossover Frequency: Think its set at 80hz However, Ive read somewhere on here today, that within the manual for the MK2s, KEF have recommended setting the speaker size to small, otherwise it will cause damage, but I havnt seen this in my Mk1s manual? Is this correct? I thought the KEF Eggs are quite capable of reproducing the low frequencies? I would appreciate if somebody could run through the above settings with me in laymans terms, as Im not an AV expert. Ive read somewhere that the crossover frequency for the sub depends on the frequency of the speakers, apparently it shouldnt be set to close to the speakers frequency is this correct? What should it be set at then? I know I havnt got the speakers/amp set up correctly, as a classic example: When I was watching Gothika the other evening, I had to have the volume turned right up to hear the speaking, but when something nasty happened in the film and you got a large piece of action music, the sound went through the roof and was driving my Mrs up the bloody wall I ended up sitting there for the whole evening with my finger on the remote volume control turning it up and down every five minutes its driving me nuts! P.S. If the speakeers are set to small, won't this take the sound away from the speakers and send it to the sub - and then it won't sound as good will it?