I think I've become completely obsessed with setting up my system, help!!! I've a Pioneer AX3, Kef 2005.2 with a Kef Q9c as the centre speaker and the original centre as a surround back to make a 6.1 speaker system. As a complete newbie to speaker levels and EQ settings the MCACC setting on the AMP is great, but here comes the question. The Pioneer AMP thinks the Eggs are Large speakers, which seems a little odd as they are definitely small!! When set to large the sound is better at low to moderate levels, i.e. below approx. -5db, above this it's difficult to tell the difference but deppending on the source it can distort above 0db. When set to small it will go to 12db with no problems, but I'm not sure it sounds as good at normal levels. (note at 12db I thnk I would go deaf very quickly) Now common sense tells me the speakers should be set to small, but I'm tempted to set to large as it does seem to sound better at everything but very high levels. The one thing putting me off is the long tem affect on the speakers.