Speaker Impedance Just to aid peoples thoughts when it comes to speaker input impedance, it really isn't as important as many people seem to make out. For instance most modern speakers that quote 8 ohms are usually about 6 ohms. B&W CDM and nautilus both quote 8 ohm yet when bassline gow really low so does the impedance. I used have a pair of B&W CDM 9 s and I reckon they were dropping to between 1.5 and 2 ohms with anything beneath 30 Hz. What I'm trying (and failing) to say is that with satellites (MK in particular) because they are small are really easy to drive, A Denon 1803 is reckoned to be the minimum requirement for MK K series, now it can't do them real justice, but it can drive them. This is not the case with all small speakers, just most satellites (and most cheap small bookshelves). There are however exceptions, Acoustic Energy AE1 MK2s, for example, are stupidly hard to drive. Would appreciate some feedback on this one! Anyone think I'm courting some controversy!!!!!