Hi Folks, I searched the archives and couldn't find an answer, so I hope this is the right place to ask this question... I am approaching HT for the first time, but I have played with very low power SE tube systems and high sensitivity horns for a while (for two channel music). I am looking to put a bedroom 5 channel system together based around the old Radio Shack 40-1354a fullrange driver in various enclosures, notably two TQWTs for the fronts. I was prudent enough to pick up 6 of these drivers for a few dollars each when they went on closeout a couple of years ago. The problem is though they are somewhat sensitive little devils (93Db 1 watt / 1 meter)and have a maximum power rating of 40 watts. I have been trying to find a receiver that can drive 5 channels (maybe with a sub, though I don't know that I would need one as the TQWTs will go down to 50Hz or so), while producing no more than 40 watts per channel. Does anyone have any receiver recommendations please? I would prefer to stay with a solid state rec., rather than building a tube monoblock for each channel as that would be too expensive. Thanks in advance.