Hi folks, Couple items I'm trying to learn about. First, I've read a lot lately about amp clipping on this forum, but don't really understand what that's all about. Anyone with a simple (or if you're energetic, lengthy) explanation? Second, been chatting about putting amps behind your speakers and the improvements in sound over your standard A/V receivers. I've been recommended a $200 Samson torroid-style amp, bridgeable, 120 watt, for each speaker ideally (mains and center mainly - don't really need it on surround). According to one, its a "true" 120 amps, 5hz to 100khz, that makes a load of difference. Here's the item specs: http://www.samsontech.com/products/p...D=84&brandID=2 Here's my little brainstorm: instead of dropping huge $ into the biggest baddest A/V amp (like a high end Denon AVR, for ex.), why not get better sound by dropping $ into the amps, and buy the simplest Denon AVR just to keep you up with the new formats and decoders (ES, EX, etc.). Seems like a $ saver in the long run. This will culminate for me in about a year when I look at picking up some Studio 100's or near equivalent and will still be running my 75w.p.c. Denon AVR 1800. Thanks.