A little background...I have a Denon 3802 that runs my 5.1 home theater, and a separate amp (Parasound RCA-750A) that powers 3 pairs of ceiling speakers in other rooms our home using the multi-zone feature of the 3802. I was originally going to use the 6th and 7th channels on the 3802 to do this, but was advised that it would be better to run a separate amp for 6 additional speakers. The speakers, wiring, amp and all the connections were done by an installer. He said that the Parasound amp can't run in standby mode because the Denon won't trigger it on. So I just leave the amp on all the time so that I don't have to always turn it on and off manually to listen to music in our house. Is he right? Is there any long-term damage that leaving it on can cause? Thanks.