I am looking at getting some Axiom speakers to replace my current setup. I plan on getting the M60tis for fronts (8 ohms), VP150 for center (6 ohms), and QS8s for surrounds (6 ohms). I have a JVC RX-20VBK receiver with the following specs: RX-DP20VBK 120 watts x 2 min. RMS, both channels driven into 8 ohms from 20Hz to 20kHz with no more than 0.02% THD, 120 Watts x 2 min. RMS, driven into 4 ohms, with no more than 0.07% THD. 4 ohm Rated (FTC) 120 watts x 7 min. (2 Front, 1 Center, 2 Surround, 2 Surround Back) Front channels are 4 ohm rated RF/IR illuminated LCD multi-brand remote control for operation of other brands cable set top boxes, TV's, VCR's, DVD's, and Satellite Dishes from anywhere in the home. Remote is capable of learning codes form any IR remote control Ultra-high current Dynamic Super A amplifier C.C. Converter (all channels) provides better resolution ,enhanced ambience, and greater depth by eliminating distortion known as "jitter" and "ripple" Single TI Aureus 64-bit floating point DSP chip with 1800 MIPS for for the worlds fastest high performing chip of its kind for unprecidented DSP processing THX Ultra II, THX surround EX, DD EX, DTS ES, DTS 96/24, DTS Neo 6, DTS Discrete 6.1, Matrix 6.1, and Dolby Pro-logic II DVD Multichannel Audio Compatible 7.1 channel inputs for connection to existing and future multichannel sources such as DVD Audio DVD-Audio bass management Multi Channel Digital Acoustics Processor (DAP), with Midnight Mode DSP digital EQ for all 7.1 channels 3D-PHONIC Virtual Surround Sound creates dramatic home theater sound with just two front speakers Multi-room/Multi-source capability allows you to play two different Audio or Video sources in two different rooms at the same time with both composite and S-video outputs.(5.1 Channel in room 1, 2 Channel room 2) High performance video converter: Converts any video source (S-video/Composite) into component format and feeds the signal to the component output. Precision Downmix Converter to mix down multi-channel signals to stereo signals Text COMPU LINK will transmit text data carried by media like CD-Text and MD to display on your receiver and a television AV COMPU LINK provides simple one touch operation between your JVC audio and video components. For example, pop a pre-recorded VHS tape into the VCR and it will automatically power up your receiver and your television and then turn them each to the proper inputs. Enhanced COMPU LINK Control System NEW overlay style on screen display simplifies control by allowing you to choose options from your television screen to operate your receiver(Component Video Capable) 3 separate transformers for Analog, Digital, and Video Low-noise ZIST circuit to eliminate audio and video interference High-Rigidity Copper plated Z-Chassis MM/MC phono EQ 1 12 volt trigger and IR in and out for improved integration for custom installations 15 AM and 30 FM station memory 10 Audio Inputs 4 Audio Outputs HD(60MHz-3db) component video switching for crystal clear video switching with no signal loss: 3 In/1 Out 5 S-Video inputs (1 on Front Panel) 3 S-Video outputs 5 Composite video inputs (1 on Front Panel) 3 Composite video outputs Assignable digital inputs (4 Optical, 3 Coaxial) that you can designate to any digital source 1 Optical digital output Line Direct for pure audio sources like CD Front A/V Input with S-Video (Gold Plated) for the convenience of hooking up any A/V source quickly and easily such as a camcorder Front optical digital in for the convenient hook-up audio from a video game system of other digital devices Line level subwoofer output 7.1-Channel Pre-outputs for added flexibility in creating a high end A/V system Removable Power Cord Multi-Way Banana Type binding posts for easy speaker connections (Main1/Main2[sub room]/Center/Surround/Surround Back) 2 Year parts and labor warranty Weight: 52 lbs Width: 17 9/16" Height: 7" Depth: 18 3/4" Will this do the job? or should I get a separate amp. I was looking at the Marantz MM9000, or the Outlaw 7100. Sorry so long, and thanks in advance.