I'd really appreciate some advice on a problem I seem to have with my system. My system consists:- Sony DB 940 AV amp Sony S725D DVD player (linked to TV via RGB Scart, and to amp via digital co-axial) B&W 602 S2 fronts, 601 S2 rears & CC6 centre (fronts and centre are bi-wired) No sub-woofer The problem appears to be my front stereo speakers not being able to handle to low frequency stuff. I have the rears and centre set to ‘small' and the fronts to ‘large'. Most of the time I have the ‘bass boost' on as well. Today I played the pod racing scene from Star Wars TPM, and with the volume set to only ‘3' the front stereo speaker cones were almost jumping out! At this setting and slightly higher, the cones were making a kind of ‘flapping' noise, I assume this to be clipping (?). The problem goes away if I switch ‘bass boost' off or set them to ‘small', but then I get hardly any decent low frequency stuff. It also only seems to be particularly bad with this disc, with the exception of the Malaysian ‘copies' of Star Wars TPM, and the Star Wars Trilogy. I just assumed it was the poor quality sound track causing the problem on these titles. I can't believe that it is a speaker power handling issue, setting ‘3' is hardly cranked up!! Any ideas? Many thanks in advance. Andy P.