System: Marantz DV2010 Denon AR 1802 Kef Coda 90 spkrs, + matching centre spkr Roksan Caspian CD player - mk1 Somewhat predictably the CD player out classes all of the rest of the kit. Ideally I'd liek pre/power combo for music and stay with the denon for the time being for movies. But I get the impression that the Denon finds the speakers hard to drive and it really needs cranking up before they start to sing, and even then I don't find them that satisfying. I have listened to the CD player on the Coda 90s through a musical fidelity MVT pre-amp and a Musical Fidelity Studio T power amp and the detail and openess was unreal, but even an average volume setting meant the speaker began to clip, just through the dynamics of the music. So, which way do I go? Stick with the Kefs and spend a fortune on a pre-power combo (doesn't seem to me like this upgrade can be done for less than a grand or so)-the Denon does not have a pre-out. + with this I'll have to switch the speakers ,using a QED box or something, between av amp and music. Upgrade the speakers, but again, once the centre spkr is considered, I'm probably looking at £800 for a reasonable step forward. Like the idea of B&W as have just mounted some B&W ceiling speakers for surround purposes. My AV set up does not have a sub,and we just bought a 42" plasma so maybe that would keep me happy for a while. Or buy a second hand integrate with a pre out, cyrus 3 or something, that allows easy upgrade path ? I love the idea of a sub, hate the idea of it sounding crap with the Kefs- and am not too keen on putting up with them for music if I can help it... Help !! Don't really want to spend more than about £600- what do you think?