Hi, I have this Kenwood krfv5050d receiver which will be replaced soon (hopefully) and when an analog input is higher than it should be, there is a 'clip' sign blinking on the front panel. Is this the same 'clipping' which damages the speakers or something different? When I listen with high input level in low volume, I don't hear any distortion, but it keeps blinking, that is why I wondered, because there must be distortion if the amp is clipping, is that correct? And by the way, I am leaning towards Denon avr1802 to replace the kenwood, do you think it will be a good choice? 1802 is 80w p/c but seems they are pure watts whereas the Kenwoods claimed 100w p/c is far from the real power of the receiver. As the Denon is also a budget receiver, I still can't be confident if it will make a difference and would like to hear an expert opinion. Thanks !