Hello People, I'm thinking of replacing my amp (integrated Classe CAP-2100) with a dedicated poweramp and have some questions about how to choose one. My issue is that I'd rather not use a pre-amp as I have one source and that source (Schiit Yggy) puts out a fixed 2v signal. My current amp (when in power amp mode) has 0.5v sensitivity, meaning it reaches its full output power (100w) with a 0.5v signal. My speakers (B&W CM10s2) are relatively efficient (90dB spl (2.83V, 1m) and i usually listen at around 65dB. In the current setup that means I need to attenuate the signal (in Jriver) quite substantially (-50dB) which I'd rather avoid. Looking at power amps (possibly the ATI 6002) I look at input sensitivity (1.95v with the ATI) and think that I'll need to attenuate the signal by a lesser amount because it is less sensitive than my current amp. However, it is a 300W amp, so if I feed it 1v (50% attenuation, not sure how much that is in dB) than it'll still put 150W into the speakers, actually sounding louder than my current setup... Is this accurate? am I missing something? Please advise thank you!